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Sorry those pictures were not in order but I got a lot done today. I went in to work on my day off to get some things done to the smoker.  I got support added to the inside door on the firebox. I installed the lower rack and sides. I changed how my plans on the drain and ran it out the back to the side and bent a hook to hang a bucket off. I cut and installed the chimney damper. Finished welding all the things that were just tacked and started to wire wheel the outside for paint and ground down the edges and rounded corners. I need to add a hitch and paint it and it will be ready to bring home.

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Firebox and CC painted. I will finish the racks up on Monday.
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Nice 

 

Gary

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Thanks Gary.
Finially got it back home. All painted and ready to smoke. I got some pork ribs, loin, and Butt for Thursday. Also a whole chicken. Can't wait.
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I know this is an old thread but I'm glad i found it!! I built a 250 gallon RF last year and love it to death but i really want one like this for my backyard that I can use charcoal and chunks of wood to heat rather than just logs. I got the air compressor I'm just really busy. Hopefully I'll be able to start this winter. Great build BTW. I'll be referencing this thread throughout my build. 

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