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I reside in Utah and have been Q'n for about 2-3 years now.  I currently use a pellet smoker, but have acquired a 750 gal propane tank that I am looking to convert to a smoker.  That's how I found this forum.  While researching my design dreams, I found a post by smokin-aces that is very close to what I was envisioning.  Would love all the help and advice I can get.

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Welcome, pretty good site !    Check with the member on the build you like I am sure you will get plenty of information, lots of good builders on here.

 

Gary S

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Hey

 

Welcome to the Smoking  forum.   You’ll find great , friendly people here, all more than willing to answer any question you may have.  Just ask and you’ll get about 10 different answers—all right.  LOL.   Don’t forget to post qviews.

 

Gary

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Welcome from Canada.

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I haven't done a build but there are a lot of people on the forums with expertise. I look forward to a post of your build!

 

Disco

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Thanks for the welcome.  This is going to be my first build.  I have dreamed about it for the last few years, but just came into possesion of a big propane tank to work with.  I'm in the beginning stages and trying to do as much research and planning before we start.  I actually found this group because of my research.  I found smokin-aces design and it is almost exactly the way I was headed, but I had questions about flow and heating of the CC.  I pm'd him and waiting to hear back.  If you guys are familiar with his design, I would love to hear your thoughts.  My tank is 36" in diameter and 12'4" long.  I'm wanting to do an internal fire box and originally wanted to do a reverse flow, but had trouble figuring the design to have a good draft and heat flow.  If smokin-aces comes back with good reviews on his smoker, I then want to try adding in a radiating plate under the cooking grates.  The RP would double as a grease collector/fluid reservior.  In addition tothe RP, I want to set the FB up for direct grill and dutch oven use.

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