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post #21 of 37

love that smoker design where did you get the wheels from? I'm having a hard time finding some to stand up to the weight of my smoker.

post #22 of 37
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Originally Posted by tiggyt View Post
 

love that smoker design where did you get the wheels from? I'm having a hard time finding some to stand up to the weight of my smoker.

I am in Argentina and buy the casters locally..  

post #23 of 37
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Well I finally got to try out the smoker today.
I taught a class in American style BBQ today with 20 people participating.
 
The smoker worked absolutely perfect, with  the temp  between all racks ranging from 250-253  F difference  and that was probably more to do with having the door open while shooting the laser at the racks.
This design works great.
We cooked pork butt, brisket, pork and beef ribs and chicken.
I had 3 different pits running and teaching the class so was very busy but turned out great.
 

 

 

 

 

post #24 of 37

That thing is a beast. I NEED that to cook for the 2 of us I think!!

 

We haven't done a big cook in a while.  Think I'm going to have to get with my brother and find a reason to have a party for something.  I'm positive something needs celebrating.

 

Points

post #25 of 37

hey man love your build, can you send me the cad design please?

post #26 of 37
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Probably be a week or so before I can get to the files and have time.  I am going to be building another one soon with a few small changes.

post #27 of 37

thanks man, trying to smoke for a long time, we love BBQ in Mexico.

post #28 of 37
Great looking commercial smoker!
post #29 of 37
Cad drawing when you get the chance I want to build one like this over the winter. Did this have a hot spot above the fire box?
post #30 of 37
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My computer was stolen that had the CAD plans on it.   

Not too hard to figure out, just start laying out the 100x50mm the same way as it the photos.

I will be building another one in the next couple of weeks, so  stay tuned.

post #31 of 37
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 Started building another one.   You should be able to figure it out without a CAD plan.  The outside dimensions are 200 cm wide 155 cm tall and 80 cm deep.  t is upside down at the moment if you are wondering.   Also there is a 35cm space for the firebox .      No I am not going to convert it to inches, y'all need to step into the modern world. ;)

post #32 of 37

Great looking build my friend!  I am hoping to to design and build my own smoker very soon, this is inspiring.

post #33 of 37
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#2 is finished.  Made a few internal mods, but pretty much the same

post #34 of 37

You surely do nice work....  A #1.....    2thumbs.gif .....

post #35 of 37
Both are impressive,how much do these units go for? Not that the shipping wouldn't kill me!
post #36 of 37
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USD $ 5500     Yes I can ship you one

post #37 of 37
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USD $ 5500     Yes I can ship you one

That seems very reasonable,much more so then I would of thought. But I'm only looking to move up to a 22.5 WSM,was just curious to see your cost. How many units do you average a year? I really like reading about all the cool stuff your doing!icon14.gif
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