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Minimum size smoker for whole pig

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A friend wants me to build him a reverse flow to do a whole pig. I rhino the biggest he would do is probably 100-125 pounder. I have a 100 gallon propane tank. I think it's 6 feet long and around 24 diameter. Will this be big enough? I have no experience with whole hog cooks. This would probably be trailer mounted.

Thanks,Kyle
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I think I would be able to do easily do a whole pig in my 500 gallon smoker my rack space is a total of 7'x 3' but much smaller and I don't my think it would have enough room
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I am watching for input. Been wanting to do a whole pig in my 120G RF.
post #4 of 6

I'd have to do a piglet in my Lang 36.

 

If I could find a small one I for sure would like to try it.

 

Al

post #5 of 6
I don't know if this helps.
Pig & pit guideline
A 10-24 lb hog is 23-30 inches long
A 25-40 lb hog is 30-36 inches long
A 41-60 lb hog is 36-44 inches long
A 61-85 lb hog is 44-48 inches long
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24" diameter ain't gonna make it for a full pig of the size you mentioned. Twice that would be closer to the mark, I think.
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