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post #41 of 76
The latches u are using for the firebox door and warming box, where can I get those?
post #42 of 76
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The latches u are using for the firebox door and warming box, where can I get those?

I get all of mine from Fastenal. Should be able to find them on amazon as well though.
post #43 of 76
Ok I kinda need them right away, so Amazon may not be my best option. I wonder if Northern Tool or Harbor Freight stock them? What is the proper term so I will know what to ask for?
post #44 of 76

They are called toggle clamps at most places. Good luck!

Len

post #45 of 76
Looks like HF has them. 500 pound toggle clamp, but it looks the same as in the pics posted in this thread. $5 and change each
post #46 of 76

I was in Harbor Freight here this week and they had a bin full of them, yours may have them too.

post #47 of 76
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Working on the box for storage,prep top, and sink.

post #48 of 76
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Making some more progress (new pics).

 

 

 

post #49 of 76
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post #50 of 76
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Some more pics after paint.




post #51 of 76

WOW   what a super nice looking rig, good job I know you are proud

 

Gary S

post #52 of 76

Holy Mole. Good looking rig. I remember when I could handle welding all day. Fun times and good cooks.

 

As always . . .

post #53 of 76

A mammoth work of art! Good thing you live in hardwood country, I bet that rig can chew up some wood!

post #54 of 76
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Thanks for sharing the pictures.  It is so interesting to watch you all build these.  I have one question.  Should there be 2 eyes with the smile?

Seriously though, where is the firebox or have you not gotten to it yet?

Beautiful work!

post #55 of 76

LOL... you get your charcoal and wood delivered by 3 yard dump trucks? Holy Smoker Batman!

post #56 of 76

HOLY SNIKIES!  When I replies earlier today I hadn't noticed the 2nd and 3rd pages.

 

What a beautiful work of art!  I can not come up with the words to deswcribe what I great looking rig you built.  Awesome work.  Congrats.  thanks for sharing the pictures.

post #57 of 76
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LOL... you get your charcoal and wood delivered by 3 yard dump trucks? Holy Smoker Batman!

They don't burn near as much would as what you would think. I can run one of the smokers 12-14 hours on less than 3/4 of a wheel barrow full of wood.

post #58 of 76

Sounds like that time you spent on insulation is really paying dividends. That isn't bad at all!

post #59 of 76
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Had to have a pic with the tow pig

Edited by CaubleCustomFab - 8/21/14 at 3:00pm
post #60 of 76
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Fixed up the wood storage area. Should hold more than enough to supply both smokers. Back panel lifts out to walk up between the smokers. Also mounted the propane tanks up inside the trailer uprights out of the way. 

 

AppleMark

 

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