Oh, bracket, yes, but not the box.
What are people's thoughts on having the air pushed through the top vent? Looks like the CyberQ has instructions for both top mount and bottom mount, with top mount preferred.
I'm working on a couple of ideas to interface to the BBQ, since I have a mint condition OTG, I don't want to be drilling holes.
Idea 1. is using something like a large tuna can with a bolt and butterly toggle through it, similar to the 'dog bowl' the Pitmaster IQ has, but mounting it over the top vent.
Idea 2. is using a screw hose fitting and putting it through the top damper hole and alu taping the other holes.
Either way, gets rid of the 'flying ash' problem and also doesn't destroy my weber, and doesn't leave a hole that I have to plug anytime I'm not doing a low n slow.