Building my first UDS

Discussion in 'UDS Builds' started by mountain bbq, Aug 3, 2013.

  1. Walk blind folded across a busy intersection.

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  2. Run over your foot with a lawn mower.

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  3. Watch a 10 hour Barney marathon.

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  4. Nothing I will never remove a red liner again, ever, no, no, no , no , no NEVER.

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  1. I decided to build a UDS after reading all of the praise about these beasts.  Here are some pictures during my build.  


    Here is the beginning of my build.  I used that shoe string to measure the exact diameter, and to mark where i wanted my two inlet valves, and main valve to be.  I then used those markings to keep in line my markings for the grate holes.  i have a two grate system, but have three different levels to choose from.  One three inches from the top then two more levels six inches down at each level.  


    Here i installed everything just to see if i liked where everything was lining up.  Yes that is the red liner of death....


    I burnt the thing out three times, and I am grinding it here.  My neighbors probably thought I was an idiot when i started grinding the inside.  Word of advice, AVOID THE RED LINER AT ALL COSTS.  It sucks a lot....


    Here I am preparing for paint.  I used a high heat primer, and high heat black and grey paints...


    Here she is all together, and being seasoned.  Cant wait to start cooking...


    One more for the road..
     
  2. fwismoker

    fwismoker Master of the Pit

    Very very nice! I see sneakeey's design is making its rounds... Very cool
     
  3. rabbithutch

    rabbithutch Master of the Pit OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    Looks like a great job, to me!

    Now, don't forget to take qview of your first smokes and share them with us.

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  4. Nice, I see lots of good smoke in your future!

    What's wrong with red?




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    Happy smoken.

    David
     
  5. Yes sir.  I did a lot of research on youtube and his design looked very well thought out.  I did add some things like the three hooks, and an extra level for racks, but yes I did follow his lead.  
     

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