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This weekends project............. 5 briskets, 7 racks of ribs and a spatcocked turkey...... Here is the food first going on. I set my alarm for 2:00 but didn't realize it was set for 2:00 p.m. So I am two hours behind schedule.
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Sweet build!!! Great job!!! Nice pics, Yesterday's pile-o-meat looks great!!!
I would love/hate living next to you!!!!
I'm glad to hear i'm not the only one who sets his clock for the wrong time of day, stupid alarms (AM/PM???)
Here is the results of this weekends work. I got started on the removable tounge. Notice the down angle on the tounge, I put this here to elevate the firebox a few more inches of clearence for transporting. It also (unknowingly) acts as a shock absorber. We will find out if this is a good thing or not on the first test.
This is my wood/cooler carrier. I need to get more 1/4 inch round stock to finsh it off.
It is done. I finished the removable tounge, the wood box, and wired it for lights. It is painted. I knocked together an eight rack rib rack from the straps left over. The only thing I want to make is a pig holder. I want to make to racks that will pinch a pig between them and it will hang from the hook at the top of the smoke chamber. No rush on this as my wife refuses to eat a pig cooked like this, but it will be done. Here are the finished product.
You can see I ran the wires way off to the side to keep them away from the heat. I made an extension cord to run from the truck to trailer you can see the extension holder I made up.
Thanks for all the help and ideas!!!!!!