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Kevin Jeffcoat
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I have read both your building instructions. I appreciate the information, it’s really good content. I’ll be running a “Frosty-T” style burner that I’ve already built. I’ve been debating cutting an opening in the back of the bottle. After all the forums I’ve gone through i decided to put one in just in case. 

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On 4/22/2020 at 8:06 PM, Kevin Jeffcoat said:

 I’ll be running a “Frosty-T” style burner 

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I have a frosty T burner that a friend of mine built and I am able to run it all the way down to under 1500°f. This is important when thermalcycling  and quenching. Oh yeah....nice vice!!!

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I got the burner mount fitted, tapped and welded on, the bolt on legs cut to size and drilled(not shown), and 2 layers of high temp paint sprayed on.  All that I have left is to cover the ceramic insulation. In a few days I’ll be able to fire it up.  I’ll also be adding plate steel on the front and back racks

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