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    bassman- what did you use for the actual cap, a frying pan? You willing to do custom installs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudr View Post
    bassman- what did you use for the actual cap, a frying pan? You willing to do custom installs?
    😂😂

    It's a cap from Leader.

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    1998 to 2009: 15 taps on buckets, scavenged fire pit and pans
    2010: New 2x4 SS flat pan w/preheater
    2015: New to me Lapierre 18x60 raised flue, new shack, new everything!! 59 taps 23.75 gallons made
    2016: 85 taps 19 gallons
    2017: Purchased 2.5 acres and tubed half with 3/16. 145 taps total 49.25 gallons made
    2018: 200 taps (162 on 3/16ths 38 on buckets) New NextGen RO 63 gallons made
    2019: 210 taps 73.5 gallons made
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    Did u ever get it mounted? I just saw this thread. I was in same boat last year. I built my own flip top and made it open using (2) 1/16 cables. Works great. Routed them straight down through the ridge cap. No leaks, can open and close from inside. Stays open in wind!
    2018 - 8 Taps on Buckets - homemade 2x2 pan and wood arch - 1.25 gallons
    2019 - 30 Taps on Buckets - new Sugarhouse , 2x4 divides pan and homebuilt
    evaporator! - 3.5 gallons
    2020 - planning 50 Taps on 3/16 tubing with shurflo vacuum

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