Going to be using a 60 gallon compressor tank. Cut the base and the pump/motor plate. Was messing around in the garage today and made the hinges for the CC door.
Could not get the 90* bent tight enough so I just cut and 4 pieces, bent the 2 that will be going on the door and welded them back together. Neighbor offered me use of his torch, forgot to grab it before he left for work. But with both tanks being empty and how Jim neglects things.....
Planing on "borrowing" data and ideas from other 60 gallon builds from here and another site.
Guessing that I start with tacking the CC hinges on prior to cutting the door. Cut the CC-FB next? Weld the RF plate in prior to building the FB? Does it matter, within reason in what order things are done?
RF plate thickness....1/8" ok?
Will be building a pair of wheels to mount off of the bottom of the firebox. Insulating the firebox. Still tossing around my goofy warmer idea. With it just being the 2 of us don't see a reason to build more than one cooking rack.
So folks...help me out. Once I make some measurable progress I will start a build thread...