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oklahoma joe longhorn to propane

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has anyone here converted there longhorn 20" to propane..what do i have to do to make it work.. i like the idea of more control of my heat i'm so use to my bge's and wsm's..this thing isn't fun its a job..and my wife is going to kill me if i don't get some food coming of this thing soon...wife.gifnew to the longhorn...all help welcome....

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You have any pics of the rig?


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any ideas on converting this to propane?

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I had saved this link when contemplating converted an ECB to gas....may help you with ideas....the guy that turned me onto it said the customer service people were very informative....good luck... 

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I don't think a single burner cast iron propane stove would get you hot enough. I did that with my Charcoal burning GOSM vertical. Works pretty darn good. Possible a double burner would work if you can get the measurements for one?? 


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Check out tejassmokers they have burners
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Good Luck with the MOD.


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Mahalos everyone for the help.. i picked up a high pressure burner 120,000 btu's from the gas co.. it fit just like it was made for the firebox .i.did a run to see what it would do 450 and still going up.. i didn't need to see any more.. i don't cook that high any way..set it at 230 for about an hour never moved.. now i got to find a good way to make smoke any soon as a can i will get some picture..thanks again for the help

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Great news. I am in the same situation. Exactly where and what did you buy?

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Where did you buy your stuff? Also I plan to do the same thing with my OKJ. I am planning on using a thick cast iron pan and use wood chunks. I am wondering on the quality of the bark I will be able to get. I also plan on trying wood pellets as well. I do not think though I will use water in that pan I will use a separate pan.
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