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Old 01-04-2013, 03:22 PM   #11
Cpt_Kirks
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I started with two 2KW 110v heatsticks, but now have the elements mounted in my keggle HLT. Once you get the holes drilled/cut/punched, all you need is the large nut and washer. There are multiple ways to seal over the wiring, I use silicone sealant filling a PVC endcap.

Need to clean that up some day.



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