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To stack or not to stack a MES

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This is some information on the master forge smoke stack that is listed in the forms smoker modification. First of all it is 2.5 ID with a 1/2 inch flange. That makes it 3.5 inches in dia. I knew that it was going to be small so I had prepared several reducers to sleeve the opening. Wrong The back of the masterbuilt adjuster is stamped into the box. Sure I could have cut it out or just used some caulking to attach it. I thought I would test it out while I was smoking some loin back ribs. At first I was very disappointed when the pellets just would not burn. That was when I realized I was burning pure cherry. They are hard to burn so I normally mix them 3 parts hickory to one part cherry. When I got that fixed and burned 100% hickory it worked great. The Question To stack or not to stack. I think is answered for me any way. By not attaching the stack I can wash it with out any hassles and by removing it and storing in the smoker It can't damage the cover. I have taken some shots of the air draw with and with out the stack I will post them if they come out.

53 card posted the information in a post about his mod.



Ordering information for the stack

Service Dept # (800) 963-0211 hrs 8am-6pm M-T 8am-5pm F EST

The lowes model number is 0190449

They said that they didn't' use the model number for the part but used the item description but here are both

Smoker Stack - 302-02009-00

On the assembly instructions its reference id is H

I found the price to be 15.98 delivered. The stack is a lowes master forge about 6 or seven inches tall.
post #2 of 5
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This is a shot of the built in vent bottom. It is atached with a 10 mm bolt.

 

 

 

 

2.5 inch dia stack with a .5 inch flange

 

 

 

 

 

pictures of the stack just sitting there

 

 

 

lit pellets going in the box

 

very little draw

 

 

 

 

 

hot pellets

 

 

 

smoke


Edited by jted - 7/19/14 at 4:16am
post #3 of 5

One less thing to poke a hole in your vinyl cover. Hold in place with a couple of refrigerator magnets if it needs help staying put.

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Thanks for the idea. The stack is made of heavy enough steel I don't think it will move .  Jted

post #5 of 5

Thanks for posting this part number, just want I needed!

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