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Catching Ash inside the Fire Box

It's been a few years since I posted on here, but I remember reading a while back that someone had a setup in his/her fire box that allowed for a quick and easy removal of the ash in the firebox.  I think the setup had the lump charcoal sitting up higher than the fire grate, and the ash fell down which allowed for easy ash cleanup.  I want to look at this setup because it may be ideal for quick cooks, and max airflow if I can keep the BGE somewhat clean.

Can someone help me find the thread or pics?  I've been searching for the past hour and I can't find it.

Thanks for the help.
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