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post #121 of 168 (permalink) Old 04-29-2012, 02:58 PM - Thread Starter
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Can run all day at stock with just a fan biggrin.gif Beats the stock paperweight they send anyways.

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I recently aquired one of these, and was wondering if anyone could point me to where I can purchase a high quality sleeve to insulate it I'm getting excited to use it at the upcoming meet in Michigan , but need to get some insulation for the board and pot before then Canadian retailers preferred, although I may be able to ship it to a US attendee.

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I used frostking black foam pipe wrap on mine. Just make sure to wrap the pot with painters tape before hand. You should be able to find it at most hardware stores.

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according to the OP pics 88mm

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I have some 2 5/8" ID KFlex you are more than welcome to. I bought it at Noble Trade for about $10 tax incl for 6'. Its hard to find anything over 1 1/2" ID.

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seems that that converts to ~ 77mm, meaning that I'd need to stretch it out 11mm, I don't see that being too feasible... but thanks for the offer.

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Topdog found some nice thick neoprene that fits but I like to use frostking and some armaflex tape which works nicely thumb.gif

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thought i would post a couple pics of getting the pot insulated up...

*I use my own method.. tried/true.

I start with a layer of shop towel.. which is wrapped/masking taped tightly to the pot
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..then start adding your choice of insulating wrap.. and/or sleeve. Due to the size of the Marksman, I choose some Frost king wrap..

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...2x overlapped layers.. with seams 180 from each other..nicely trimmed..

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..ready for mount and outer-sleeve [to catch moisture run-off/build-up] ...

*Pre-testing today, on EP45-UD3R with E8500 @ 5.7+


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Frostking + armaflex tape.
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http://www.ebay.ca/itm/Foam-Tape-Insulation-Tape-FOR-HOT-OR-COLD-PIPES-1-8-x-2-x-30-Feet-Roll?item=170862562951&cmd=ViewItem&_trksid=p5197.m7&_trkparms=algo%3DLVI%26itu%3DUCI%26otn%3D4%26po%3DLVI%26ps%3D63%26clkid%3D2221479006347231800 30ft should last a while eh redface.gif

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Sorry! Bad math on my part. You can check Noble if you want and I can get it for you.

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