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finally some pics of the finished cabinet

post #1 of 6
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front view closed                                                                      stack with rain cap

 

open view, also had to run gfci outlet on deck(right wall                                         mailbox mod working great

 

 

just a quick view of todays smoke

double smoked ham, canned ham to deli slice

boston butt for pulled pork on top, still have some hamburger meat to put in for smoked sloppy joe's. more pics later on.

post #2 of 6

That's a good looking cabinet.  Puts smoker at a good height and has lots of room for storage under.  Nice job.

 

Gary

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Thank you Gary, I'm pretty happy with the results, and bolted to deck so can't blow over.

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and now the finished ham and pork butt                               

post #5 of 6

Looks outstanding. Can you upload a photo of the back of the cabinet? Do you have a door you can open or a removable panel for access to the rear of the smoker should you need to remove the grease tray or to do any repairs that might be required?

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I'll get you a photo, but the back is solid with a hole for the elec cord and one more where the tube for the grease line is and the tray is replaced with a hose on the tube which drops below my deck. All outside panels are covered with flexi-dip which is a spray on plastic and then painted including roof to protect from sun and weather.

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