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New to the forum and thought I would post a question.  I build a double barrel smoker a few years ago and enjoyed it every summer.  This year I am building a RF smoker because I feel that would give me a better quality smoke and definately make the smoking more efficient.  I have noticed a few folks building their firebox and insulating it.  Does it make that big of a difference and does a lot of folks on here do this when building their smokers?


I have seen calculators for the firebox and whatnot, but is there a calculator to tell me how much of a gap to leave at the end of my drip plate?


Final thought... is a RF better than an offset with tuning plates?




~ Roushy