Hi all, I'm working on a 300 gallon kero tank build. The tank is 10 gauge steel, about 5' in length, and 3' in diameter (mounted on a trailer of course). It is partitioned in the middle by a piece of 12 gauge sheet metal, effectively creating 2 cooking chambers. It will be indirect grilling, as the fire in the bottom will be seperated from the cooking racks by a water pan. My question is about propane fired burners. I'm looking at using a BG10 in each side, probably with a 20 or 30 psi regulator. The burner is not long enough to reach the center of each chamber...is it possible to cut the burner inlet, and weld in a section of pipe to increase the length of the burner? Has anyone done this? Would it affect the operation of the burners?