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Yes, we now have anecdotal blog evidence that suggests these leak. Still not authoritative. Nevertheless, I have found a solution with the caps, implemented it myself and others are following it in the name of safety. Why still the grudge
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If it looks like a duck...walks like a duck...quacks like a duck...tastes like a duck..I guess anectdotally it may only probabaly be a duck unless of course you find its picture in a journal of Ornithology. Then of course thats authoritative...but both are correct.. its a duck **:**)

No grudge at all...didnt miss your cap point either. Band-aid solutions just do not appeal to me. I prefer to fix things the correct way. Would hate to see someone try a band aid solution that really did not work in the long run.

Let BBQ together this summer when we are up in the area unless you get down to the Chesapeake first..


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