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    very cool design, but wouldn't you want a cover for the grill sometimes? if a windy day, drizzle of rain, etc...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi2Times View Post
    very cool design, but wouldn't you want a cover for the grill sometimes? if a windy day, drizzle of rain, etc...
    the fire is inside the pit..so wind wont bother it much.
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    I will be building a domed lid that fits on the upper grill frame. By taking out the upper grill bars and installing the lid you can raise and lower the lid relative to the lower grill, increasing or decreasing the oven effect and regulate the heat by raising and lowering both relative to the fire.

    Thanks again for the compliments and the interest.

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    very cool and unique design
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    I like our ingenuity, but it's anything but elegant. Interesting BBQ grill describes it better.

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    Greetings BullsFTW,
    Hope all is well in the northwest. I appreciate your interest. I feel that high functionality within a simple design falls under elegant. Interesting could be used to describe the lint in your naval.

    Best regards,

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    That is crazy! Are you putting this into production? I can't imagine that idea wouldn't sell.
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    Wow..... I love everything even down to that finish. I'm not sure if its just the pictures, but it certainly doesn't look like just bare metal. I would defintely buy one if I had an outdoor fire pit. Its beautiful in the fact that outwardly it looks so simple. The spoked wheel to turn it lends a very old school classic feel to it. Very cool and mega props for designing and excecuting something like this. I love everything about it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PSchack View Post
    Greetings BullsFTW,
    Hope all is well in the northwest. I appreciate your interest. I feel that high functionality within a simple design falls under elegant. Interesting could be used to describe the lint in your naval.

    Best regards,

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    Good point

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    Wow that looks great. Props to you.

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