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It took me about 30 minutes to build this lifter for the diffuser stone.  If you are interested I can explain how I made it.  It is aluminum.  The aluminum makes it spring loaded which holds the arms in place.  12" aluminum with a few simple bends.  and a block of wood in the center to lift.  The wood block is cut as an equilateral triangle.

The reason I did this is so I can add additional smoking chips during the rib cook etc.

 

I will be trying this today.

Mike

 

 

 

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On 9/5/2016 at 7:06 AM, uncommon scents said:

I'm a glove user too. Where do you park the hot stone when adding chunks or generally messing about with the fire during a cook? Mine gets placed on the fire pit surround.

Sasquatch, hope to see some video of your stone yanker in action.

Since I work for a granite yard I just set mine on a thick 3cm piece of granite on a table. Works great, sure you could find a small piece at a local granite yard or fabrication shop near you. 

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Video per request

 

I just use extra kitchen back splash stone to keep the grill of the table.  It does have a little lag into the video as I didn't edit.  If anybody is interested I will take photos and give my approximate dimensions.  I used 1/16" x 3/4" aluminum flat.  This material is easy to bend.  

 

 

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2WCMflqLK3TWXN4b1VXWENTYXc/view?usp

 

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