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Electric or gas mod for Brinkman vertical box ?

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I have one of the vertical square Brinkman smokers I haven't used since getting a horizontal offset stick burner. There are times I would like to smoke something and not have to babysit the smoker so much and also be easier to regulate a low temp for summer sausage.

 

anyone ever put a propane burner or electric element in one of these?  did it work ok, or was it a pain?

 

probably end up buying a MES or similar someday, but I like to tinker with modding things

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Hello.  Don't know what smoker you exactly have.  Below are a couple ideas that may give inspiration.  I know the second is for an offset but ideas come from all sorts of places.  Good luck.  Keep Smokin!

Danny

 

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/104618/adding-propane-to-a-simple-brinkmann-2-door-vertical-charcoal-smoker

 

http://users.wbsnet.org/n0yk/charbroil%20silver.htm

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Hello.  Don't know what smoker you exactly have.  Below are a couple ideas that may give inspiration.  I know the second is for an offset but ideas come from all sorts of places.  Good luck.  Keep Smokin!

Danny

 

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/104618/adding-propane-to-a-simple-brinkmann-2-door-vertical-charcoal-smoker

 

http://users.wbsnet.org/n0yk/charbroil%20silver.htm


thanks.  mine is like the top one which is a two door vertical. looks pretty simple to mod in that fashion.

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