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post #41 of 55
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Still waiting on warmer weather so I can paint.I did get time to test my temps and burn some pecan logs.it took about 40 mins to reach 250,but it stayed there for nearly 2 hrs with no problems.thats with outside temps of 30 degrees.

post #42 of 55

Looking good!

  Craig

post #43 of 55

Looks like a fun build!   I know what you mean about weather affecting your build.   Just getting to my partners shop has been a pain.

post #44 of 55

hey man I'm fixing to build an 80g as well...how big did you make your fire box???for some reason i cant download the calculator so pls leme know how big you are making everything....man i cant wait to start mine its not goin to be on a trailer just goin to be on some wheels...yours looks great

post #45 of 55
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 finally got her done,seasoned and ready for some meat,

post #46 of 55

Awesome build Bama. It looks like you had a little break in the weather. Progress on y trailer had been here and there, its coming along slow due to the weather as well.

post #47 of 55

Awesome build, congratulations

post #48 of 55
Quote:
Originally Posted by S an M bbq View Post

hey man I'm fixing to build an 80g as well...how big did you make your fire box???for some reason i cant download the calculator so pls leme know how big you are making everything....man i cant wait to start mine its not goin to be on a trailer just goin to be on some wheels...yours looks great



I have the pit calculator in my Signature

post #49 of 55
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Thanks all,I am pretty happy with the results,especially when everybody that seen it in the beginning and middle of the build thought I was crazy or just a full blown redneck.....LOL.now they cant hide there surprise.icon_mrgreen.gifS@M I sent you a pm.hopefully this weekend will be nice and I can smoke some ribs for my girls.gotta finish my female Shepard's house and then I have 4 nice drums to play with and have been gathering a few parts.

post #50 of 55

This may or may not be the newest link to the pit calc that I have, there was some rumor awhile back that the old one wasn't working.

Also, and I can't find it right now, but there is one that does not use exel.

 

Not tryin to hyjack the thread here, just thought I would throw it out there for anyone reading the build that may be looking for a working calc.

 

http://webpages.charter.net/tomchism/BBQ%20CALC%20Forms/BBQ%20Smoker%20Calculators.htm

post #51 of 55
Thread Starter 

Thank you Tom,I wasnt sure how to do that.

post #52 of 55

bamaboy-Nice build!! I've been following this build from the start and was waiting for the finish to comment. My son has a compresser tank that size-the compresser unit died and he was going to scrap out the tank. I showed him your post and I think I may have saved that tank from the scrap yard cuz he's been asking questions about the reverse flow and been taking long looks at my Lang.

post #53 of 55

hey tom thats the one i cant get to work on my computer???i have windows xp

post #54 of 55

Bamaboy it looks great I hope mine turns out as good as yours did  if i ever get it done

post #55 of 55
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Originally Posted by S an M bbq View Post

hey tom thats the one i cant get to work on my computer???i have windows xp


 

 

I just realized you probably don't have XLS Viewer here's a free download to view XLS files

 

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