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@Bullibe had a phone conversation with Scott on this very thing. His thoughts the total 3/4 inch or just the 1/2" alone would be to high for underneath. . He could agree on 1/8 or 1/16 for the bottom. But I have $70 in this and t…
Ok back to Cartens and something you should think about. If I had both Minis, both would be in Cartens. Started to get one a year ago in Salado but got around to it this year (March 16th) and my Mini has not and will not be out o…
The flashing led is a indicator of what amount the fan is actually running. If the fan is not running at all or very little, I close the vents down. Air will free flow thru the fan and the Guru can do nothing about it, it can only raise the temp.
I close everything almost all the way down, until I see that the fan is running 100% then open the damper on the Guru up a little. I have to remind myself that the Guru can add air but can't reduce it beyond what can free flow through it.
Charlie tuna said:
This is how i do mine. Scrub, or depending on the condition of the CI to be seasoned, wire brush, to remove anything - down to bare metal. I then rub the entire CI surface with veggie oil, coating the entire surface, insi…
I would opt for the larger tires, they will move over small obstacles much better than the small ones. You may be able to move your axle up to accomodate them and not affect the overall height if the table.
Thanks for the replies guys. Outside of copper tees, what else can be used for spacers?
I use these little things (Ceramic Briquettes), they're made for putting in a gasser to help keep flame ups to a minimum.