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My Smoker Build

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Nice work! From the pics the firebox seems to be placed kinda high in the smoke chamber. What is the overall plan?

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Yeah

 

Looking good

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Can't wait to see the final photos.  Nice job so far!

 

Curt.

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Looks-Great.gif Love the handles.points.gif

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It's awesome so far, your very creative!

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Man thats looking sweet
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WOW!

post #11 of 18
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Originally Posted by solaryellow View Post

Nice work! From the pics the firebox seems to be placed kinda high in the smoke chamber. What is the overall plan?



I'd have to agree with this observation. Are you doing a Reverse flow? Looks like the top of the box is even with your cook grates. Just wondering what your plan is to control heat and airflow.

 

By the way, welcome to SMF. I grew up not far from you in Kewanee, the hog capital of the world (go figure).

 

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No it's not a reverse flow, tho box is mounted that high because I need the ground clearance on the trailer. The hole between the fire box and the smoker bottle is as low as it can be and it is not a very big opening. I test fired the smoker a couple of week ago and it went very well. As it turns out i made the fire box too big but oh well.

Thanks for looking,

 

Tony

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Now that is gonna be a beautiful smoker. I can't wait to see the finished product. I love the batts

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It looks amazing love the idea of the handleicon14.gif

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Originally Posted by antny616 View Post

No it's not a reverse flow, tho box is mounted that high because I need the ground clearance on the trailer. The hole between the fire box and the smoker bottle is as low as it can be and it is not a very big opening. I test fired the smoker a couple of week ago and it went very well. As it turns out i made the fire box too big but oh well.

Thanks for looking,

 

Tony



 

There is no such thing as too big. biggrin.gif

post #16 of 18

Hey. I like it. Bigger is better. Where did you get the flames?

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Thanks,  I had a local guy with a CNC Plasma cut them out for me. He does some awesome stuff.

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Looks-Great.gifThanks for the pictures drool.gifcan't wait to see the finished product  !!!!!!!!

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