keggle on Bayou Classic burner

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Bucks-04

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When I brewed the other day I almost lost it all when I was stirring. My keggle barely fits on the burner. What have you done to secure it better.

I'm a welder and just plan on welding braces onto it but I would like to see what others have done.
 

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I have a similar setup and what I use is a
BBQ grate on the burner so the keggle stays flat and level.
 

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I use keggles on bayou sq14s with no issues. Maybe just welds up a for leg stand like the sq14s have..
 

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Lacking both welding equipment and welding skills I cut 9 inch pieces of drill rod and hose clamped them to the legs of my burner to provide a fence of sorts.
 

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I sold mine at a garage sale and got the SQ14. It's square, so the keggle won't roll around on the top. Before that, I was hanging the keg from the rafters of the garage so it wouldn't wobble.
 

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I bought a Texas Smokers burner instead of a bayou classic. It kicks butt without modifications. I do like the use of the weber grill that's a very good solution.
 
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