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new pics of reverse flow build finished...

post #1 of 16
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Spent the winter weekends working on this one... It was fun and just needs a few finish touchesdownsized_0219011806.jpgdownsized_0219011806a.jpgdownsized_0221011625.jpgdownsized_0327011345.jpgdownsized_0327011345b.jpgdownsized_0327011346.jpgdownsized_0327011347.jpgdownsized_0403011716b.jpgdownsized_0413011732.jpgdownsized_0422011903a.jpgdownsized_0424011936a.jpgdownsized_0424011936b.jpgdownsized_0424011936c.jpgdownsized_0424011937.jpgdownsized_0424011937a.jpgdownsized_0424011938.jpgdownsized_0424011938a.jpgdownsized_0424011938c.jpgdownsized_0424011939.jpgdownsized_0424011941.jpgdownsized_0424011942.jpgdownsized_0425011150.jpgdownsized_0425011151.jpgdownsized_0425011334.jpgdownsized_0425011334a.jpgdownsized_0501011310.jpgouches...Cooked once so far and it was all right..need to work out the time


post #2 of 16

Looks like quite a build!  What happened to the hog snout?  Looks-Great.gif

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post #4 of 16

I was wondering about the snout too but the most important question - How does it smoke?

post #5 of 16
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I have only used it one time and it seemed to hold temp ok.  It was only chicken drumsticks so it was a very short smoke.  We were going to do ribs and a ham today but were rained out.  The snout is a copper bucket and i took it off to paint so i could leave it coppper, but it is back on now and i have cut 2 holes in it to allow smoke to come through a damper on the inside of the cooking chamber. 

post #6 of 16

Very nice work!  Really like the way you made the firebox handle/lock.  When you smoke the Ribs and butt please post the pictures too.


Excellent job, enjoy.

post #7 of 16

Nice work... 


I agree that the firebox latch is pretty awesome.

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post #9 of 16

that is awesome love the look can't wait to hear how well it smokes with some real meat on it

post #10 of 16


Amazing looking smoker, man.

(I third the vote to put the snout back on, though)

post #11 of 16

Looks like a razorback .You could sell a ton of them here to UofA alumni woo pig sooie.The tailgates here are just as competive as the games.Super nice.

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post #13 of 16

Great job

post #14 of 16

Very NIce design. Looks good  

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A black razorback with a copper snout !


Can't beat that !!!!




post #16 of 16

Nice work. It's a beauty. I want to see smoke come out the pigs nose.

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