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Indiana version of a CGSP

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My wife convinced both sides of the family to pitch in and buy me a new smoker for my birthday this past july and we picked up the Char Griller Super Pro with SFB.  I made a few mods to it after my first smoke/grill on it. Here is list of what has been done to date:

 

1. Extended the exhaust stack to the grate level

2. Made a custom charcoal box that sits on some angle iron to keep it above the side damper

 

I plan on adding some bigger wheels, dual thermometers in the lid, a baffle plate, and a charcoal box made out of some expandable metal. ( the local stores were out of it, so in the mean time I am using a steel veggie grill basket instead)  I seasoned the rig with 2 chimneys of lump charcoal, hickory chunks,and some veggie oil.  Here are some pics of the mods and some Q shots as well. Still learning how she cooks, but at least with the above mods, the temps are within 20 degrees of each end of the smoker.

 

exhaust Charcal box support

 

charcoal box Charcoal in action

 

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Still have a lot to learn, but look forward to doing some pork and more beef down the road along with some seafood!!

 

 

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welcome1.gif, and have a ball,lots of good advice here,if in a quandry,ask and we usually can help. There are all kind of Smokers here and a lot of knowledge.

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it looks goodsmf.gif

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