Update on the Mods,
Its pretty much done, I welded my griddle/baffle permanently in place so that it will hold water or grease and plumbed it to the drain valve (this is the baffle discussed in earlier posts). Those of you who Weld may notice my welds got a little better with this part of the project----The gas guy gave my 100% Argon by mistake and I finally figure out my problem and now I am using the right mix---Argon/CO2.
Basically, the purpose for the BABY was for warming, but it also can be used as a griddle for frying and..... when I put in the firebox baffle(a 2nd baffle) to direct more heat up, I can grill with it too. The firebox baffle saves me fuel too because I am not heating up the model 60 as much. With the baby at 425, the model 60 is at 150(firebox baffle in). The pics will show that I use a threaded black pipe to install and remove the baffle flames or not.
With the firebox baffle out and the lang 60 at a steady 250, I can still get Baby up to 350 to 375 which should be great for birds if I am doing butts or briskets in the model 60.
Also, for warming, I filled the griddle with water and have a range from 140 to 190 with water depending on the firebox vents. If I want to warm without water, and I can keep the baby as low as 230 with the sliding vents closed.
Lot of information here, but I know there a few lang owners and others who might like the data and honestly, If i don't write this now, I'll forget it!!!!
Here's some pics......