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post #41 of 51

Absolutely BEAUTIFUL job!! Congrats, now when's dinner?

post #42 of 51

Read this thread from start to end. Amazing work and very impressive to say the least.

post #43 of 51

Great Build!!!   

 

Can't wait to see some qview of it stuffed and smokin'

post #44 of 51

Rancid Crabtree, mornin'.   You should be very happy with your build........it is awesome.......congrats......

 

Pics of the "shiny" inside turning that beautiful smokey color, meat turning that mouth watering mahogany color would be good too. Dave

 

 

post #45 of 51

That is awesome work... I can't draw a stick person much less build one... Great job, something to be proud of...

 

How is the tile working out, I wanted to set a piece above my firebox in my MES to help get rid of the hot spot...

post #46 of 51

How do you create smoke. I mean you have the heat with the propane but what creates the smoke? That is a beautiful smoker, if you dont mind me asking, what did it run you to build?

 

post #47 of 51

That is a genuinely awesome build! My question, besides the smoke (I assume you are using an AMAZIN or similar) is what did you make to catch the grease runoff? Catchplate? I hate to think it's building up at the bottom with those nice tiles.

post #48 of 51

Looks great

post #49 of 51
Thats the best smokehouse i've seen so far.could you tell me what that cost to build.I think I might give it a shot
post #50 of 51
Dale.. don't be upset If you don't get a reply... This thread is very old (2011).... The OP hasn't posted since 7/11 ...
post #51 of 51
Thanks jckdanls 07 ......lol I seen that after I replied to it.
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