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  • #16
    Try attaching all your framing before cutting in half, including your hinges. You'll find it will hardly spring at all! The more framing you have, the more strength you have.

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    • #17
      For Fyoung

      Not a special latch. It is a “stop” to keep the lid from folding back too far. As for warping out of shape------I would pick a keg that has as few dings and dents as possible. My keg wanted to warp a little and I ended up hammering out some of the dents from the inside after cutting it in half and it straitened out some. I just found a second keg to make a BBQ for my daughter. I'll post some photos when complete.
      Mel

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      • #18
        Check out Big Drum Smoker.com . There is no cutting and the performance is supposed to be very good.

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