I have a GOSM wide-body with only one air-damper on the top of the unit. After several hours of smoking, I have a difficult time getting the wood chunks to smoke with the temp down to 225-230. My question is this: Do you think it would be a good idea to modify the smoker by installing air-dampers on both sides, near the bottom? Do you think that this would allow better smoke at low temps due to better air circulation near the wood box? I am a new member and must tell you that this forum is great. I have read many posts and you folks have provided me with a wealth of smoking knowledge. Your help is very nuch appreciated.