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post #61 of 79
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Thanks SmokeJumper.
post #62 of 79
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Tank is mounted. I like how much clearance we ended up having on the FB.

Had to move it out of the shop for a couple minutes. We are getting closer. Getting the tank mounted on gave us a huge motivation boost!
post #63 of 79
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Well after taking a break because of the heat we got back to work. Got the cc door hinges done and mounted. Door handle on, thermometers in with protection rings. Also got the wood basket done.
post #64 of 79

Nice, Looking Good

 

Gary

post #65 of 79
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Back to work on the smoker. It's been a while but we took the holidays off, and then some. Lol.
post #66 of 79
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Beer holders are in!
post #67 of 79
Great idea! I'm definitely putting this into my design...
post #68 of 79
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I am pretty sure I stole the idea from someone on here.
post #69 of 79

Yes!!! love the beer holder idea!!! B-A...

post #70 of 79
I loved the beer holder idea too at one time. I've found through my experiences that it becomes a beer heater. The shelf gets so warm that I never ended up using it for cold beer. Coffee worked great though.
post #71 of 79
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Well after a few weeks of working on my buddies shop we got back to work Sunday. We got the fenders mounted and the wood box 3/4 built. The other side of the wood box is going to be a piece of plate with a design cut out of it. We will be installing a plaz table in my buddies shop on Saturday and hopefully cutting out things for the smoker. Going to be a busy weekend!
post #72 of 79
Really coming together looks good I used rustoleum On my pit turned out nice
post #73 of 79
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Got the tailight brackets on and the last side of the wood box started.
post #74 of 79
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I ended up getting a high temp satin paint to paint it when we get done. We have a few more things to add and then we will be cleaning it up and painting.
post #75 of 79
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Hey guys it's been a while. But the smoker is finished. Everything turned out just like I wanted. It will be getting paint tomorrow! I will post some more pictures after I paint.
post #76 of 79

Looks awesome! Like the Weber chucked on there as well.

 

How does it run??

 

Bazza

post #77 of 79
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It runs good. Even Temps +,- about 8° from side to side.
post #78 of 79
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Well there she is. Just have to put the temp gauges back in and I'll be ready to cook this weekend! I'll try to remember to take pics.
post #79 of 79
Looks great locovet! Have fun with her!
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