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New insulated firebox build.

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That thing is sexy. Write down the specs so you can make me one for Christmas!
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Thanks, I hope to get the trailer built for this one soon also
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Why did you put the firebox and smoking chamber on the same level?  Is there any advantage to this configuration?

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Yes it will allow for even temp all the way across the cc. Just like a reverse flow does.
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Just got the upper racks in today. Almost ready for sand blasting and paint. Does anyone know someone they would recommend that does chrome plating in Ft Worth, TX?
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Nice build. I like the high firebox/low exaust idea,bet it works great. Point
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Thanks ill post more pics once it painted and ready for smoke
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Dang Right! That's an awesome looking rig! Way to go!
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Thanks everyone I custom build these for customers also. So feel free to look me up and let me know what your interested in anytime.
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I order this 7' long stainless steel shelf for the smoker so when I get it back from the sand blaster and painter I'll install it and post more pictures
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Almost done. I just have build the trailer now.
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