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Old January 20th, 2013, 10:52 PM
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I have working a new arch for my Smoky Lake 2 x 6.5Here are a few pictures .http://www.sugarbush.info/gallery/sh...-build/cat/535 .http://www.sugarbush.info/gallery/sh...-build/cat/535
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I'm going to try the picture thing again .. There are more pictures in my gallery. How do ya get those little picture thumbnails onto a post ?
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Looks pretty slick Tom! Fun building and welding.
If you look below when you start a thread or post a reply you will see a Additional Options Button, in there you will see a box to poke that says manage attachments, click that and it will open a new window to upload your pictures. When they upload close the window, when you hit submit they will automatically load to the post.
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Nice looking arch! I see from your gallery pics that you're pretty far along on the build. Looks like it's going to move a lot of steam. Are you planning on fitting a blower to this rig?
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I have a 5" blower out of a Jen-air cooktop for a blower . Installing the blower is all that is left to do .
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The new arch looks wonderful! You have a great start. Will be watching! I like fab work. I assume your boiling on it this season???
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The arch is insulated and bricked now . Chimney is on . The hard part was making an adapter from 8" square to 10" round for the top of the chimney. I installed the blower tonight . Just about time to take it to the woods . I just need some pans . Jim , Jim , I know , you said the 25th .
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Well then he will see you on the 25th
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