All painted with 2 coats high heat black on the smoker and alluminum on the trailer, just need to mount the lights and we are off to the cook out ;-)
you can see in the first 2 pics the sheet metal going under the grill, there is a 8 inch gap below in witch the hottest heat travels then turns up and back to evenly heat the food. The last pic is the swing out grill for easy reach.
You scared me... I thought you meant... DONE!!! with the smoker... as in never again. But now I see... your Done with your very cool.... smoker.... and... yes like everyone else said,.... hurry with some Q pics... :)
Stagsmoker, it works great !! Air movement nan be predicted, I work with heated air, so knowing what I know , I sized the incoming box from the frie box in 8x16 , my vents are 3 smaller vents to force the air to move the way I want it to, I have tool that measures the air vilosity coming out and the are all even ;-), plus I have a metal plate across the bootom 8 inches up and stops 8 inches from the front forcing better air movement time with out the hot spot in the center. the plate gets the hottest heat and radiates the bottom of the grill, it a indirect heating plate temps above and below the grate is about the same
Very nice design! and I see you have it all under control.
I really like the way you combined the smoker grill functions.
I'm thinking along similar lines.
Nice rig and paint job.
Keep the picts coming.