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post #81 of 92

Great build. I like the radial support arms with lightening holes on the door. It gives it a pleasing architectural look. You put a lot of work and thought into this project.

post #82 of 92

Nice job on the smoker Ahron.Building 1 myself and was wondering if you would tell me how you made the propane burner. Thanks

post #83 of 92
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Originally Posted by Dragons Breath View Post

Great build. I like the radial support arms with lightening holes on the door. It gives it a pleasing architectural look. You put a lot of work and thought into this project.


  Thanks it is my first one so i put a lot of effort in to it (like you first baby)biggrin.gif it was a lot of fun.

 



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Originally Posted by Derek712 View Post

Nice job on the smoker Ahron.Building 1 myself and was wondering if you would tell me how you made the propane burner. Thanks

  Thanks i send you a pm
 

 

post #84 of 92

Smoker looks awesome! I love the air inlets. How are they working for you so far?

post #85 of 92

great build, your attention to detail shows great patience

post #86 of 92
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Originally Posted by Trembling-pig2 View Post

Smoker looks awesome! I love the air inlets. How are they working for you so far?


Thanks i did ribs and chicken and it worked great did not do long smoke because  it is at my office .one day(and night)

 


 

 
post #87 of 92
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Originally Posted by Clyde79 View Post

great build, your attention to detail shows great patience



  Thanks it was fun to do 

post #88 of 92

i didn't see what kind of tank you used..It looks like a hot water tank with a coating....I  built one like yours last week with used hot water tanks but don"t know if the coating needs to come out .The coating in mine is purple and looks like epoxy or sprayed glass liner.I completed all the welding on mine before i noticed the purple lining or epoxy .any thoughts????

post #89 of 92
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Welcome to smf  i need more info were do you live .

i did not get a direct Answer from the Manufacturer here in south Africa if it hazarded at high  temp so i decided to remove it.

in your country it can be safe to leave it on.

why don't you go to Roll Call and introduce your self to the guys so we can give you a proper welcome .

post #90 of 92

where did you get the controls and set up for your burners?

post #91 of 92
TUFF Smoker!!!
post #92 of 92
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Originally Posted by africanmeat View Post

Ok i smoke with a MES 30 and i love it, but it is limited  so I decided 
to build a all in one smoker .



It will be a RF and will have a cold smoke too , i took some idea from Rich(SQWIB)
and from MAG409 and jumped in to it. my wife says i must be crazy that i lost it.
i hope not. time and the smoke will says
first part is self explanatory

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Tomorrow i will start with the old smoke box and with the lid

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