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post #41 of 51
Is this insulation mildew resistant and is it foil backed both sides.
post #42 of 51
It's starting to get winter time here in philly. I'm going to have to look into this.
post #43 of 51
I'm using this idea for my smoke vault with great results. I have had Temps up to 275°f without any problems
post #44 of 51

Is the original poster still around? I just posted a topic about this exact topic but would ike to see how its done, is it something he can take off as a "whole unit" or is it some how glued on

post #45 of 51
I copied the OP, except I cut panels to fit,taped the seams. Cut a piece for the front door,picked up some bad @$$ little magnets and stuck the door and loose edges on.

All told I've got $20 tied up in it. Maintaining temp is a breeze and saves propane
post #46 of 51
Great post Looks-Great.gif
post #47 of 51

I wonder if high temperature ever became an issue with this product if you could use strips of cement board as a spacer to prevent direct contact with the outside of the smoker. 

post #48 of 51

Does the insulation you use have aluminum foil on both sides and a plastic bubble type of filling ( in the middle) ?

post #49 of 51
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Originally Posted by Buckshot323 View Post

New Masterbuilt smoker ( Smoker and Me) Can't seem to get the temperature UNDER 200 degrees. Any ideas?

 
post #50 of 51
Quote:
Originally Posted by 1967RobG View Post

I copied the OP, except I cut panels to fit,taped the seams. Cut a piece for the front door,picked up some bad @$$ little magnets and stuck the door and loose edges on.

All told I've got $20 tied up in it. Maintaining temp is a breeze and saves propane
I copied you[IMG]
post #51 of 51
Creative solution! Thanks for posting this.
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