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post #61 of 73
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Smoker worked so well. No air flow adjustments after it got up to temp, just adding a small chunk of wood every 45min. I used 6 normal sized pieces of fire wool cut in half for the entire cook, wich is very minimal.
post #62 of 73
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Started the smoker at 6:30, brisket was on at 7:30, ate around 19:00hrs. With out opening the lid unless adding poppers the left side and right side were on average 6°F off. It sat dead even for quite some time as well.
I wrapped at 160°F when it started the stall.
I removed the parchment paper at 195°F and put it back on to rebark it.
My IT temp dropped to 180°F after unwrapping, I wasn't really able to get the bark great this time, and it was falling apart, but holy shit was it good.

Haha you were too quick and answered already
post #63 of 73

Looks good.....   I'd eat it....   Sounds like you are happy with your new smoker's performance....   2thumbs.gif ....

post #64 of 73
I want to buy this smoker !!! Looks like it performs very well. Thanx for the invite ... would be worth the long flight over 😀
post #65 of 73
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post #66 of 73
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Left and right side of the grill.
post #67 of 73
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Left and right side of the grill.

How do ya comment on that... beside its perfect
post #68 of 73
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Haha stop showing off :yahoo:

post #69 of 73
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Assuiq auzziebazza I'm starting to think you're the same person.
post #70 of 73
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Assuiq auzziebazza I'm starting to think you're the same person.

 

We are! But for some reason that amazing welding skill of mine only surfaces on "his" project and then disappears on "mine". It's very frustrating......

 

Bazza

post #71 of 73
Nope
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Assuiq auzziebazza I'm starting to think you're the same person.

Nope we have never met. Its just hard to find smoker info in australia. When a build such as yours is posted your going to attract stalkers from oz (bbq groupies ) now ur famous lol
post #72 of 73
How many aerosol cans of the vht paint did you use to paint that badboy?
post #73 of 73
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I think I used 3 or 4 cans.
My next one will start soon. I want to build a trailer reverse flow next.
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