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post #21 of 28
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Hi buckshot500

I had one mavriick that showed the pit temp and the temp for one of the meats the other was normal wireless meat probes. Now i use a temp kontroller that  i have connetcted to my home network it also have a fan to it like a guru (still jusing the maverick thats a good temp checker). There is also an output for a fan havent tried it with a fan yet. My long smoke have i done in daytime.

I am planning to sell it and buy a guru or stoker. Still reading about those to see witch is the best they both have ups and downs.



post #22 of 28

Excellent fabrication skills. Thank you for sharing w/ us. I look forward to learning from you...

post #23 of 28

The best collection of smokers I've ever seen!  You've got some real talent.  How did you control the temperature in your offset smokers?  I used to use a Brinkman and added a series of removal steel plates with slots cut in the sides.  Allowing the heat and smoke to flow under the plates allowed me to get a 25°F or less temperature differential between the offset wood burner and the other end of the smoker.  The slots varied in size with the smallest near the fire box and the largest near the stove pipe.  I have sense shifted to a MBS 40 and enjoy it.  Much less labor than the offset smoker.  I'll be interested in more pictures from you as you continou and prefect your design. 

post #24 of 28
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Thanks Pleasantp.


In the small offset  have a damper on the chimney and a deflector sheet on the inlet so i dont get heat direct at the end where the fire is.

On the bigger offset i have 5 removal sheets that i can move to get the heat where i want it and i put them together when i use it as a reverseflow smoker.



post #25 of 28
You're on the right track. I used the removable metal plates to good advantage. I also put a deflector at the entrance of the heat into the smoking area from the firebox. Then, using flexible metal tubing, I extended the smokestack so that it picked up smoke near the bottom of the smoking chamber. I'm sorry I sold this Brinkman Because it worked so well. I sold it to a professional chef who wanted to learn barbecuing. He was very pleased with the way it works. I'll look forward to your next post.

post #26 of 28


I currently live in south texas,  I am moving to Halmstad Sweden in January,  My wife is from there,  I plan on bringing a trailer smoker with me,  I have all kinds of questions for you!

post #27 of 28

Hello and good afternoon from beautiful and still hot  East Texas, welcome to the forum. Lots of great information and real good people here.   


I like the variety , you certainly have great fabrication skills. Good Job


Gary S

post #28 of 28

Welcome to the Smoking forum. You’ll find great , friendly people here, all more than willing to answer any question you may have. Just ask and you’ll get about 10 different answers—all right. LOL. Don’t forget to post qviews.

Some great looking smokers

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