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USM is Complete!

post #1 of 9
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Hey all, I started this build last winter, had it functional a while back but just finally got a coat of paint on it and want to show it off!

Here's a before pic

USM 2.jpg

And after!

USM 3.jpg

Used rustoleum ultra high heat semi gloss, seemed like my best bet in black, plus it was either this which is good to 1200degF or engine enamel good to 400degF and I didn't want to take a chance on the 400 especially since it was the same price. Oh and in case your wondering, I named the smoker the USM or Ugly Smokey Mountain because I took Ideas from UDS's and WSM's to do this build. Details on the build are here http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/116513/wsm-uds-hybrid-qview This smokin' machine is ready to rock this summer! Thanks for looking!

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Amazing what a nice coat of paint will do...  icon14.gif....  Looks really nice.....   Now show some Q-view of what it can do.....   popcorn.gif... Dave

post #3 of 9

Looks like it really turned out great. Congrats 

post #4 of 9
Looks great !
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Dave, here is a peek at some things I've made on it up to now. Planning on a rack of spares this weekend. Hope this can hold you over until then!

Pulled Pork.jpgUSM Chicken.jpg

RB 2.jpgRib Stew.jpgChilpow.jpg

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Bern, morning.....  Looks like you have the USM figured out pretty well...... Food looks delish....  Moist pork and chicken...  Rare beef.... Thanks for the Q-view..... icon14.gif.....   Dave

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Very nice USM!
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Originally Posted by DaveOmak View Post

Bern, morning.....  Looks like you have the USM figured out pretty well...... Food looks delish....  Moist pork and chicken...  Rare beef.... Thanks for the Q-view..... icon14.gif.....   Dave



No problem Dave. Thanks for the kind words everyone, I'm pretty proud of this build. It works better than I even could have expected and holds temp for hours and hours and hours.

post #9 of 9

Hmmm... caught you off guard there Dave ,LOL.

 

Good job on the Smoker Berninga, that should last a season or two now  , Eh?biggrin.gif

 

What are you using for fuel? That would be superb using the 'pre-burn' method , and no Petroleum taste...

 

Have fun and...

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