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post #101 of 114
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The shelf is made from 1" box with a stainless top.

The fire grate is in two parts, so it will fit through the door to clean it out.

I think its time to clean up and paint!

Then we can see some smoke coming out of the chimney.......
Edited by UK Builder - 7/4/14 at 12:03am
post #102 of 114
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I've painted the high temp paint. It needed to be baked to make it go hard, so we fired it up!

It seemed to work really well, considering it was really windy and I only had wet wood!

The temperatures were the same both ends. I'm really pleased how it worked.

Next job is paint the chassis.

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post #103 of 114
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I've done a bit more,
Chassis painted, grease drain installed, stainless shelf pop riveted on, silicon door seal done hence the cling film!






Lights tomorrow night.
post #104 of 114
Hi UK, it's looking GOOD!

Will you be using this for events or private family events?

Smokin Monkey
post #105 of 114
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Events! I'm not the chef, only the builder. I'm going to make a patio smoker next for myself.
I like cooking but smoking is not popular in the uk. A BBQ is18"!
The chef is American, hence his need to smoke lots of meat, and he's convinced me it tastes great! (Previous 4UDS build).
Thanks for the comments.
post #106 of 114

It does taste great!

Go forth in the UK and make it popular.

post #107 of 114
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Lights are all done, final finishing bits all sorted.
I think it's all done!
Tomorrow I'll take some nice photo's outside and get them up as soon as I can.

Thanks for following and all the advice.

Michael
post #108 of 114
Hi Micheal, just one last bit of advice,

GET YOURSELF A BEER!

Smokin Monkey
post #109 of 114
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One step ahead .....good advice!
post #110 of 114

Hello.  I have missed a bit in the middle.  Caught up now.  GREAT JOB!!!!!  So you are making these things and you are not much in to smoking meat?  Hope you can come to the August event.  We can convince you to get started.  Might have known you were building this for one of those darned Americans!!  :icon_biggrin:  Keep Smokin!

Danny

post #111 of 114
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I'm just taking up smoking! My next build is going to be a patio smoker for myself.
I enjoy hunting and fishing, and we have a very good butchers in our village so I have a good supply of stuff to smoke!
Regards
Michael
post #112 of 114
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My workshop is now clear for the next project.......
post #113 of 114

Good Job !!!  A smoker to be proud of.

 

Gary S

post #114 of 114

Great Job, it looks like your customer is more than a little bit happy!

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