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Discussion in 'Roll Call' started by lacampercop, Jul 11, 2008.
I uploaded a pic of my new smoker.
Well I guess I just thought I did. Back to the instructions...LOL
That looks like a nice one!!
I can see it in your profile!
Awfull small ain't it? I can't even sees it!
Lookin in yer profile tis kinda a neat lookin rig! Yall oter be able ta cook a fine batch a vittles on there! Enjoy yer new toy!
Well I did it, but a little larger than I wanted. Thanks for the kind comments. I am a true newbie, so be patient with me please.....LOL
Congrats on the Cimarron - I've had one for two years and have enjoyed cooking with it. Just recently completed extending the baffle plate and adding the tuning plates, I also changed the charcoal grate - it will make a difference in temp control. Fire it up, drink a cool one and enjoy!!
This is all new to me. I would love to see pics of your modifications. Also, where did you get them from, Brinkmann?
Nice looking rig
Welcome The Cop.
I had mine made at a local metal fab shop. All the pieces were made of 10ga steel. The baffel extension dimension is 8 1/4x13 3/4 and welded to baffle that exist from the factory. I had tuning plates made from a recommedation that I had read here within the past week. I only needed 3 pieces, 8x13 1/2, 6x13 1/2 and 4x 13 1/2. I am currently trying to determine the gap width to get consistent heat from end to end. The charcoal grate is made from 1" grate with a piece of expanded metal on top 11 1/2 x 14 is that dimension, works great for improving air flow and allowing ash clearance. Not sure how to post pictures yet as I am also a new member, but will post as soon as I figure out how.
Welcome to the smf............Glad to have you here and nice looking rig..........
Wwelcome to SMF. This is THE place to be. Enjoy your new toy....uhh..I mean tool.