The ash pit at the feed tube seems easy enough, but the way I slapped this together it would be hard to get anything that goes into the barrel, I could take off the pipe on the back and go in that way.
I was messing with it some more today, getting 800-850 degrees on the top center of the barrel, and the elbow at the wall is still in the upper 200 range.
Edit to add;
I had some scrap flat stock and bent it to make two square hoops and welded them to the barrel, they hold long pieces of wood upright so now I don't need to cut it down to about 2' pieces, I burned some 48" boards from a pallet and they dropped down fine.
I think I'll have to talk to a friend of a friend who's a welder and see what he thinks about some of my ideas.
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