My smoker has a baffle plate where the heat comes directly out of the fb, because it was to hot right there but I have been contemplating adding an inverted V the length of the cook chamber and stopping it short on the opposite end, so I got on here looking at builds and found that apparently this is done regularly and called "reverse flow". The firebox is propane to cook with, with a log on top for smoke
1. How short should I stop it from the end?
2. Does it need to be a certain distance from the cook grates?
3. I was planning on laying it in so it could be removed if wanted, since it is 66" long I was thinking of making it in two pieces.
Cooking chamber is 24" dia. by 66" long.
fire box is 24x24x20
Edited by Castiron - 5/11/13 at 8:44pm