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post #61 of 69
I'll be looking forward to the add ons. You got an awesome rig as it is. I really like the way you did the counter weights. The whole thing is really cool. Well done!!
post #62 of 69

You've got so much cooking space on it that those ribs look lonely.drool.gif

Great job!

post #63 of 69
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post #64 of 69

Awesome build and some great looking Q.   Enjoyed reading about the build.

post #65 of 69
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Thank you!
post #66 of 69

Great start on a Nice build , Lovin' it

post #67 of 69
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Wow it has been some time since I was last on here. I have some additional pictures I will add of the smoker in action. The smoker, for my first one turned out better than I could have ever imagined. It cooks beautifully! We have won a few competitions with it already, cooked for 2 weddings and hopefully add a few more this coming summer. Sorry it has been so long since I've been on here, just got busy and kind of forgot but i am doing 2 smoker builds at the same time starting hopefully in the next 2 weeks! Both smokers will be 250 gallon tanks mounted on trailer, one is for my dad and the other is for me, so naturally I have to paint it a crazy color and make it really stand out! I have big plans for both so look forward to seeing rotating shelving, reverse flow and a few other goodies!
post #68 of 69

Hi, I live in Sioux Falls was wondering if you know where a guy can get a 150 or 200 gal propane tank. hard to find them around here -- thanks!!

post #69 of 69
Guy in Martin was selling a 250 gallon tank for 250
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