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SNP into a Reverse Flow?

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Santa brought me a new Char Griller Duo for christmas so i can retire my old Brinkmann Smoke N Pitt.  Before i deciede to junk the old i was wondering if anyone has coverted a SNP into a reverse flow smoker.  I got all the tools and steel needed to do it.  Just need to finish my Fridge Build before i start a new one.  Any advice would be greatly appreciated! 

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I have seen it done but if the SNP is modded right it's not necessary. It's a lot of work and expense for a light weight smoker. When I retired my SNP I took off the firebox, covered the opening with a flat plate, cut a butterfly damper in that and another in the opposite end. It makes a GREAT charcoal grill with the original charcoal pan reinstalled.

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Joe did it with his smoker although it wasn't a SNP.

 

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/110134/braunfel-reverse-flow-modification

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