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Author Topic: Making my own heat shield/deflector . Fire dial , should I drill holes?  (Read 9353 times)

wildeagle

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This is my water pan for my 22 wsm . Do I fire dial the same size as the water pan? Or should I add new stainless bolts to hold up the my "fire disk" below where the water pan goes?
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TomCrump

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My Fire Dial is the same diameter as my water pan.

bamakettles

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As Tom said, firedial is the exact same size as the water pan.  And....they cost about $35.  Id keep the pan as is and get a fire dial if the goal is to have one.


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bamakettles

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FWIW my firedial was used twice and now sitting.  Im digging the water pan with water or sand the past few cooks.


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wildeagle

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FWIW my firedial was used twice and now sitting.  Im digging the water pan with water or sand the past few cooks.


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Heard of this and lava Rocks

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Ryan  Andrew Moore