I need some help from all the experts here. I've been smoking using my MES40 and just had a 6' x 6' shed installed so I can use the smoker year round regardless of the weather. I'll eventually put some power out there but for now I'll just run a cord (I needed to do this anyway to use it). What I'm trying to figure out is the best way to vent most of the smoke out of the shed. I was thinking of using 6" vent pipe but I can't think of a way to attach it to the side of the smoker at the vent (I have the newer MES with the vent on the side, not the top). I really don't want to put screws in the side if I don't have to. I also wanted the stock vent plate to be still functional & be able to put the leads for the Maverick 732 through it. Any ideas?? I've searched around & I'm not seeing anything.
Edit:I've found a couple of threads discussing a vent addition. Only One shows a side vent & it uses earth magnets to hold it on. All the additions are short add-ons. I wanted to go about 18 inches straight out through a wall and then up a few feet outside to vent smoke out of the shed. I never even thought about condensation dripping back into the unit. Is it possible to vent like I want to do?
Edited by Mojoman58 - 5/24/13 at 10:45am