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Another Ahab....had done some work with the localCommoChief, not that you are at all obliged or anything, it's yours to use (or not) as you like, but just curious:
- Are you "working" the MKT at all, you know, a party now and then, or anything?!
Noticed that the second MBU in the video is a 100, not a 103. Heat range on it will be a bit narrower, esp on the low end (20K BTU/hr vs 11K BTU/hr for the newer one) so it may need to be set lower to keep an even heat on the griddle. Noted that you have the new griddle (MKT-99 upgrade).
It is possible because that way the soldiers coming through the chow line would not have to make their way through a screen wall to get onto the MKT. Two of the intermediate screens would be a better choice IMHO, but putting one on in reverse (shifted) might not work as well as just using the short screen on that end. I have only used the walls, and that was because of blowing rain, because insects have not really been a problem where we have used the MKT. YMMV.I received an upgrade kit I ordered and installed it today...all V3's now : ) As far as the MKT, I believe it was upgraded in 2014 as I found some paperwork that said work was done. Super happy as it had most everything in it and some of the items were not even opened. Mike, is it common for them to come with extra short screens so that you could have a pair of short screens on each end instead of a short and a long? Or did I just get lucky to have two short screens still in boxes?
Those plugs are not easily found cheaply if I remember. It’s easier to go to the plastic power connector. I used these to hookup a 24v power brick when using one outside the MKT.Does anyone have the number for the Amphenol plug used on
the cords to power the MBUs?
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