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Some Modification on my Trailer Smoker

post #1 of 6
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Nothing big, but I did not like what the smoke stack looked like when i bought this unit. So my dad found me a chrome truck stack. A little running around to find all the part. I did not want to weld on the chrome, SO i cut a a 5" OD pipe length wise. took about 3/4" out of it squeezed it together and sleeved the inside of the exhuast 7" deep into the top and bottom. Put 8 screws top and bottom and a SS clamp. Looks pretty clean.

I am happy with it.

 

 Will work on the other one soon

post #2 of 6

Looks nice....  Chrome is beautiful.... 

post #3 of 6

Every cooker needs some shiny! Looks great.

post #4 of 6

Looks good! It would be cool to find an old Mack bulldog to stick on there!

post #5 of 6

Looks cool!!

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Originally Posted by Yoni63 View Post
 

Looks good! It would be cool to find an old Mack bulldog to stick on there!

That would look cool. I am looking at getting our Name Belly Rubbin' BBQ Cut our out on and arch (two sets) and mounted on the arch between the two stacks,

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