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My first Build, RF Trailer.

post #1 of 4
Thread Starter 

Yeah this is a big project to take on for someone who:

 

1. Had never built a RF Smoker.

2. Has extremely Limited welding skills.

3. Pulling everyhting from a pile of junk material ( actually I think that part is kinda cool myself)

 

I appologize that some of these pictures are dark and or Blurry, I was taking pics with my phone. Please Feel Free to Critique it, I can always learn from constructive critisism.

 

This is the Tank, my starting point.

 Smoker (1).jpg

 

I got the door cut and burned the tank out real good.

Smoker (3).jpg

 

Mounted on the trailer.

Smoker (4).jpg

Built the firebox from an old hot water heater.

 Smoker (6).jpg

 

 

Cooking grate frames.

Smoker (8).jpg

 

Cooking for a friends welcome home from Iraq Party.

Smoker (13).jpg

 

From Left to right, Deer (hams and shoulders) Chicken, Bologna, and 4 Pork Shoulders (foiled)

Smoker (17).jpg

 

Negative Tongue weight was a problem So I added some length. Decided that I would add

a Vertical Propane Smoker for a quick warming box.

Smoker (18).jpg

 

 

This is It pretty Much complete, Of course I will find something else to change soon I am sure.

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post #2 of 4

Looks Cool!

 

Are those grate frames galvanized?

post #3 of 4
Thread Starter 

The are, But the galvanized coating was first ground off and then burned to about 600 degrees, From all that I have read it is safe to use if the galvanized coatings are removed.

post #4 of 4

Very nice!  Good job.  Keep up the Q-view..

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