ddahlgren wrote:[quote="dcrane"]I saw this on GL for awhile at about $795.00 (not bad at all), the firebrick looks way overly thick as mentioned previously (it hurts radiant heat as well), that rear double baffle pipe is "key"... make sure the baffles in it (exhaust should be running down one side the entire length into the under ash area and back up to out the flu). GO GET IT and post up some pics when that beauty is set up!
So the down pipe to fire box should be divided?
yes... Im not an expert here (their are others like William who I would differ to)... but I believe that rear pipe should be divided down the entire length (gases go down, around the base pan and then back up the other side of pipe). This happens to be a highly sought after rear pipe that is difficult to obtain and difficult for most to fabricate (though we do have threads about how to fab one).[/quote]
I think you will find the gasses go down the back pipe, do a 180 deg turn at the bottom and come right back up and out into the stovepipe........... No base pan as found on the Glenwood No.6 and 8 base burners. I've seen them referred to as "back burners." Typical of the Glenwood No.114, No.116 and No.118.