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post #121 of 165
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Getting ready for my first smoking contest. It's smoking for cancer on April Fool's Day. Just back yard smokers - ribs only. Should be fun. I've tested the old girl out 7 or 8 times and she's turning out good que! We're going to cook for about a 100 people this Thursday.

 

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I finished up the table for meat prep and the graphics on the stack. Thanks Bubbonehead.

post #122 of 165

SImply amazing build. I’m jealous of  your talents! I didn’t build mine but hope to do some mods and put a simple bama graphic in it soon that I had water jetted out. Would love to see that thing in action. I use mine for football game parties all the time. You’re going to be up to your ears in free beer with that thing. Or at least you should! Hope your paint holds up. I’m always touching mine up now with this Florida salt air.

post #123 of 165
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Thanks BAMAFAN . Graphics really set the pit off. It doesn't make the pit smoke better but when you put your mark on it, you makes it yours and at the football game parties yours is going to be the bomb.

No salt air here but I do touch up the paint for an event. Actually I haven't completely painted her yet. But gotta try to keep her looking nice.

post #124 of 165

Brother that thing is so cool!!! I envision crowds gathering for some Q with a view!

What's going to be the theme of the one you're building for your son?

post #125 of 165
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Thanks Bubbonehead. He hasn't indicated any particular theme. We'll have to think about it .There's plenty of time.

post #126 of 165

Looks awesome. Nice work. That beast will get some attention.

post #127 of 165
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Thanks alelover. It does.

post #128 of 165

What an awesome rig! You did a great job!!

post #129 of 165
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Thanks bnew17. Here's some Que View from the smoke today.

 

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Everybody went away full!

post #130 of 165

This build is awsume, great job . I'm going to start another smoker soon. May need help sometime.

post #131 of 165
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Thanks smokum. I'll be glad to help in any way I can.

post #132 of 165

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post #133 of 165
Nice looking grub.drool.gif
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Thanks you guys.

post #135 of 165

Wow great job!!!!

post #136 of 165
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Thanks Fester. I like the name.

post #137 of 165
That que sure looks good. The project came out great. Love everything about it.
post #138 of 165
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Thanks for the kind words KCbluesNbbq.

post #139 of 165

DB,  AMAZING work!  There is nothing wrong with any of that.  The efforts were well worth it in the finished product.  You'll do well with it, no doubt!  Congrats on the great build, and thanks for taking the rest of us along for the ride.

 

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post #140 of 165

ALL I CAN SAYS IS WOW>>>>>

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