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mjmac85

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Planning on buying the bayou classic kab6 and some flash sheeting for a wind guard. I was planning on cutting the sheets down for size and tucking them into the arms around the side. Do I need to attach the sheeting to the legs or does it stay in place on its own? The burner is not part of a stand and will be moved when not in used to storage.
 

DaleHair

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I had a roll of flashing and made a shield to go around the burner and keggle with about 2" space between the keggle and shield, set it on bricks to keep it about 4" off the patio. Worked great even with a good breeze blowing.
 
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