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Galvanized okay to use for supports?

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Thread Starter 
So I received a free used propane tank that I am going to work in to a RF smoker. I've owned one in the past and switch to a BGE but want to go back. The BGE doesn't provide the flavor profile that my RF smoker provided. I have access to some galvanized pipe that I was thinking about using to build the stand. It would not be in the cook chamber or touching the firebox. My plan is to build a simple saw-horse style support for the smoker. Okay to use galvanized piping in this situation? Seems easier to do than ordering steel piping online.
post #2 of 3
Galvanized is okay to use wherever it does not come in contact with food or heat. I cannot imagine why you couldn't use it as a stand. For piece of mind if you're worried, you can always have a nice little bonfire and burn the coating off.

Personally I would not be worried with a galvy stand.
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Thread Starter 
I agree but I thought I would float it out to the community to see. I know using it in the cooking chamber or firebox is a no-no.
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