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I love smoked foods and interested in making my own smoker

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Hey I'm a plumber from New Zealand interested in testing my skills and abilities by creating a hot smoker and if that works I'll try smoke some food too! I need as much advice as possible as I'm very new to this all and all I know is that smoked foods are delicious and I belive I have the skills to create an awesome smoker!
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Ah damn it already mucked up my title! Seriously need help
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Have ya looked here yet for ideas?

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/f/197/smoker-builds

Oh ya..........Welcome to SMF!
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Originally Posted by slapeinchains View Post

Ah damn it already mucked up my title! Seriously need help

You can correct the title,go to edit thread highlight the title and type what you want

Richie

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Today is my first attempt at smoking anything. I've seasoned my char broil electric smoker. Today I'm trying to smoke a small 4 lbs brisket. Everyone makes it sound so easy. how long do I leave it in the smoker? I'm planning on 2.5 hours in the smoker at 225 then wrap in foil and 2 hours in the oven at 225. Then I'll let rest for a hour and slice. Does that sound alright? Help guys?
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Yeah I've been learning a lot from these forum the last few days. At first I wanted to make a one from a 40 gallon drum but my skills lie not in welding so I'm not sure what to go for now. I would like to fabricate my own box but I'm still learning what products are okay to use for cooking and heating. Any ideas? What about aluminium sheets fabricated into a box?
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