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BBQ Build Progress and Motorcycle Update

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Posted by Lanse on November 05, 2012 at 05:29:44 from (

Hey guys!!


I've been working on the Burninator here again lately, and after dealing with the log cart of doom, I'm happy to say the BBQ is going well.

I managed to get the tank which I'd say weights 300lbs easily off the back of my truck and into the shop, where I got it up on it's rolling stand and ready to keep moving from there, but the video tells it better than I can.

Hey, another quick question... Do y'all think this cooker is going to need fenders over the tires? Im thinking about it. I know on the last one I never worried about it, but to be fair it was a much taller cooker and there was more space between the firebox and main chamber and the tires. I like the "clean" look of no fenders, but I'd sure hate to have the tires melt on it. How do you know if it needs them or not? What do you think? Any advice is appreciated.

Anyway... Hope everyone's having a good week so far :)

And the other day I asked how to stop up a leak on my Honda Shadow, and I'm happy to report that after putting some teflon tape around the threads, it has NOT leaked in almost 48 hours. Usually it leaks within minites, so Im pretty happy about that :) The replacement petcock that I bought was not a knock-off, but NOS honda from the 1980s. Came in the little plastic baggie with the part number and everything, it seems very well made. When I stopped up the leak, I used plain "white" teflon tape, the stuff I keep around to use on air fittings, so today Im gonna go buy some "yellow" teflon tape, which I understand is made for petroleum products. Thanks again! :)
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