Traulsen. I can't find a model number.
In the above picture the fridge is actually on its top. This way I can use the top for the fire box, but the doors would be rendered useless. There is already two rows of holes that I can use to distribute the heat into the fridge proper (in the "top").
I really want to keep the doors. They are filled with the same foam as the rest of the fridge, but I like the look of them and can latch them rather easily after I change the seal and buy a latch. I could do an offset fire box as well.
I would like to slide this into a brick housing in my patio area when it is finished. It would be stand alone at first. I can't afford to do the brick work as I want to add a charcoal grill and a big flat iron grill... so not any time soon.
I am having a hard time understanding the flow of the heat, smoke, and where to mount the stack. The fridge measures 20 cubic feet. 2'x2'x5'.
I can smoke a bunch of turkeys in there... so I REALLY want to make this work. If I can't or if it will cost a mint to do it just let me know.
I have no idea what kind of metal is on the inside. I imagine it is aluminum as it isn't magnetic. The outside is steel as it is magnetic.
Thanks for the help!