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post #41 of 48
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Id love to see some pics of your build!

 

 

 

a bit ashamed to share after looking at your beauty.

 

i have a page going titled adventures in LA- brick Smoker. here is the link.

 

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/136400/adventures-in-la-brick-smoker/20#post_952764

 

my first big brick project too. having a lot of fun though.

 

pj

post #42 of 48

drool.gif I will give u an A for the effort , though i have to ask, did u use a level ?

post #43 of 48
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Originally Posted by pjnla View Post

 

 

 

a bit ashamed to share after looking at your beauty.

 

i have a page going titled adventures in LA- brick Smoker. here is the link.

 

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/136400/adventures-in-la-brick-smoker/20#post_952764

 

my first big brick project too. having a lot of fun though.

 

pj

There is nothing to be ashamed about in your build at all!!!  I do look forward to seeing your finished product of the smoker and the food you cook.  That's what really counts.  I remember the days when you are so ready to be finished with the build.  It seems to be the finishing touches that seem to take the longest.

post #44 of 48
Wow!!! Very nice work!!! I have always wanted to build something like this. As a former masonry guy, you should be very proud of your work, it looks great. Nice job.
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Wow!!! Very nice work!!! I have always wanted to build something like this. As a former masonry guy, you should be very proud of your work, it looks great. Nice job.

 

Kind words from a mason go a long way!  I certainly appreciate it.  yahoo.gifI've seen some amazing smokers online that were made by brick masons.  There are so many specialty bricks and so many fancy designs you can create that the options make for some great designs.  You ought to go for it if you have the time.  I know you have the skill!  The one thing I wish I could have implemented in the build was a pizza oven, but I couldn't figure it out.

post #46 of 48
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Kind words from a mason go a long way!  I certainly appreciate it.  yahoo.gifI've seen some amazing smokers online that were made by brick masons.  There are so many specialty bricks and so many fancy designs you can create that the options make for some great designs.  You ought to go for it if you have the time.  I know you have the skill!  The one thing I wish I could have implemented in the build was a pizza oven, but I couldn't figure it out.

go to you-tube , type in homemade pizza ovens pleanty of designs and people to show u how

post #47 of 48

where did you get your doors?
 

post #48 of 48
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I got the stainless steel doors from my old Charbroil gas grill.  The bottom arched "doors" are actually a hinged fireplace screen that I got online for $75 (during a half-price sale).  I had to cut some stainless sheet metal to place on the inside so it forced the majority of the heat up towards the smoke box and chimney.  I left the bottom three inches or so open to allow air to enter to feed the fire.  I ordered the louvered propane tank door from some website (I don't remember) for around $125.

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