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Sneek Peak KK Cold Smoker accessory

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Thanks Jeff, that is very self explanatory.

 

I understand that the Bushing wedges itself in the Guru Port and it appears to do so very snugly but has anyone come up with a way to keep the Smoking Wood container (tall cylinder with hot coals in it) from rotating on the Smoke Tube?  I saw one Post using strapping material but my brain is working on using SS Band Clamps, like for hoses, through the bolt holes/slots and then around the body of the Cylinder.  Does that sound feasible?

 

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My smoke tube is gunked up enough that it doesn't want to separate from the main cylinder easily as it is. The flange is coupled to the main cylinder in such a way that they are a solid unit, so wrapping something through the slots and around the cylinder wouldn't do anything. The simplest answer might be something like a rubber gasket that you could wedge between the flange and the sleeve. Push the sleeve up tight and lock it down. The gasket should act like a lock washer.

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My controller didn't have an adapter that fit the guru port on the KK, so I went and got a pipe nipple. That was slightly too small and would pop out of the KK. I gave it a few wraps of paper and now it fits snug.

Hey, you asked for a solution, you didn't ask for an elegant one. ;) 

 

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Jeff, do you leave the CS in place when doing other cooking on the KK??  Maybe plug the hole in the CS?  AND, did you use a special rubber "O" ring for that Mounting Flange to Bushing friction fit?

 

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3 minutes ago, FotonDrv said:

Jeff, do you leave the CS in place when doing other cooking on the KK??  Maybe plug the hole in the CS?  AND, did you use a special rubber "O" ring for that Mounting Flange to Bushing friction fit?

 

Definitely don't leave it in place unless in use. I haven't actually done the rubber washer thing because mine doesn't turn on its own anyway. Just surmising that if you found one that could take the heat, that would likely do the trick. Maybe something like this:

https://www.amazon.com/HIgh-Temp-Silicone-Washers-10-Pack/dp/B01J1V7RCM

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