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Offset smoker build

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Thread Starter 
So i started off just making a griller... untill i found smokers!!
Then found an old propane bottle to use as the fire box

I got an old desk frame that i modified to mount the smoker onto.

Tried mounting the fire box together, then worked out i cut the hole wrong! Re weld and cut a new oval shape. This process was rather challenging with 2 cylinders!

Mounted and door cut out.

Air intake fabricated

Door on, with handle and latch made. Everything to do with a cylinder firebox is difficult! !

exhaust mounted. This is too long at the moment according to calculators, but i wanted to wait just in case!

gave it all a good burn off, but the cooking chamber was a little rusty and i couldnt get it to a nice finish to be painted.. next stop sand blaster!

straight after picking it up from sandblaster, really glad i did this cost $40 and got it looking new again. 3 cans of high temp paint was next!

Put a couple of thermometers in the lid, added A bit of woodwork for the shelf and shes done (for now!)
post #2 of 4

nice, nice build. Should be great on the patio!! How was the first smoke?

post #3 of 4
Looking good. Can't wait to see some TBS coming out of the stack and some meat cooking. Good luck and good smoking. Joe
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Hey guys, first smoke was a beer can chicken, ended up noce however the legs were a bit under and skin a bit rubbery. I also am having trouble sourcing good fruit or nut wood for it, hickory etc is pretty scarce over here!
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