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Old 12-06-2007, 08:00 AM
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Default Dave's venturi burner

Here is link to a video of a burner I made to add fuel to the fire... so to speak.

It works great for starting the fire and for pushing temps up faster .

I plan to post on how to build one soon, but I want to take a how-to video first.

WFO Venturi type burner video

Dave
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