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Sneek Peak KK Cold Smoker accessory

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Very nice Dennis, the logo looks really good running up the side.

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4 minutes ago, kjs said:

Very nice Dennis, the logo looks really good running up the side.

Yes it looks great but it was a rush order and the 50 are about 1mm off being perfectly straight.. ARGH

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Dennis, you're such a perfectionist. No one else would notice that silly mm.

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Tony, don't I remember a tag line from a cigarette commercial about those cigarettes being "... a silly millimeter longer ..."?

Size matters.

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3 hours ago, tony b said:

Dennis, you're such a perfectionist. No one else would notice that silly mm.

You're correct Dennis is a perfectionist. It his attention to detail that makes the KK extraordinary.

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18 hours ago, CeramicChef said:

Tony, don't I remember a tag line from a cigarette commercial about those cigarettes being "... a silly millimeter longer ..."?

Size matters.

Yes, there was. It came to mind as I wrote this, but I can't remember the name of the damned cigarettes. I  think "100" was a part of it. 

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Wasn't it Chesterfield?  That what keeps running through my old brain ...  The tag line was set to the tune of La Bamba and was in response to Benson & Hedges 100s.  At least that's what I remember.

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Benson & Hedges - that was the name. 

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If it's still available, I'd like to put in an order too.

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As if I needed a new gadget for my KK! When these are ready, so am I! I'll be in contact soon as well for a pallet of charcoal! 

 

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I would be very interested in this as well - thanks!

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On June 9, 2016 at 7:16 AM, tony b said:

Yes, there was. It came to mind as I wrote this, but I can't remember the name of the damned cigarettes. I  think "100" was a part of it. 

 I too can hear the jingle " a silly millimeter longer, 101's" - was that Virginia Slims? I'm not a smoker and isn't memory funny thing? I can't remember what I did a few days, ago but I can remember a stupid commercial from decades ago – heavy sigh… 

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On 4/21/2016 at 3:50 AM, Stile88 said:

Well that makes sense now so this just adds smoke got it thanks for explaining. 

Never added smoke to cheese but that sounds interesting 

Smoked cheese is wonderful!

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OK, my Cold Smoker arrived today but it also arrived without any instructions.  I get it that the pump tube attachment screws into the side of the CS and that the large tube pushes into the CS and rotates in to lock in place.  I also understand that there is the fatter sleeve that is affixed to the large smoke pipe to bush it out for the fit into the Guru Port.

What fails me is the set screw in that fat sleeve.  The way it arrived from the factory the screw allows the fat bushing to go into the Guru Port only 1/4" before hitting that screw head.  I must assume that this sleeve was put onto the smoke tube backwards, am I correct?  Also the Bushing's set screw engaged one of two holes in that smoke pipe, is this what is supposed to happen?

If I reverse the Bushing and engage one of the two holes in the Smoke Tube then the end of the Bushing is flush with the Smoke Tube which appears correct to me.  Have I gotten the procedure correct with the set screw keeping the Bushing from going to far into the Guru Port?

 

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51 minutes ago, FotonDrv said:

OK, my Cold Smoker arrived today but it also arrived without any instructions.  I get it that the pump tube attachment screws into the side of the CS and that the large tube pushes into the CS and rotates in to lock in place.  I also understand that there is the fatter sleeve that is affixed to the large smoke pipe to bush it out for the fit into the Guru Port.

What fails me is the set screw in that fat sleeve.  The way it arrived from the factory the screw allows the fat bushing to go into the Guru Port only 1/4" before hitting that screw head.  I must assume that this sleeve was put onto the smoke tube backwards, am I correct?  Also the Bushing's set screw engaged one of two holes in that smoke pipe, is this what is supposed to happen?

If I reverse the Bushing and engage one of the two holes in the Smoke Tube then the end of the Bushing is flush with the Smoke Tube which appears correct to me.  Have I gotten the procedure correct with the set screw keeping the Bushing from going to far into the Guru Port?

 

Yes, that sleeve is on backward. I do not have the set screw engaged in a hole. It locks against the tube. The sleeve butts up against the flange on the cold smoker. There's a lot of tube protruding. Make sure that air tube opening is facing down within the larger cold-smoker tube. 

Mine arrived slightly mis-assembled as well.

 

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Here are some pics that should help you visualize:

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