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Welded up the firebox and firebox door

post #1 of 7
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On my new Oklahoma Joe highland I welded the firebox together and than welded it to the barrel
I also welded the firebox door
Think they came out good
post #2 of 7
Just curious as to why you welded the fire box door?

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post #3 of 7
Thread Starter 
I welded strip around the door because there were some good gaps
post #4 of 7
Maybe I'm thinking of a different OK Joe, but how are you loading wood? Or are you burning chips/pellets in it?

I run an offset stick burner and I'm pretty new to smoking (just started in spring this year). Just trying to understand a little bit more.

The welds look pretty good from the pics!

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post #5 of 7
Thread Starter 
It's still a stick burner, load wood from the top door
Just trying to make it air tight
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Originally Posted by EJ Robbins View Post

It's still a stick burner, load wood from the top door
Just trying to make it air tight

Makes sense! Thanks.

Sorry about all the questions. I'm running a chargriller with all the mods right now but looking to get an OK joe in the near future.

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Thread Starter 
No problem, I have a chargriller duo and my wife just got me the OK Joe for my birthday and I went on here and got some ideas for it
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