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New ok Joe's highland

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I just got a new ok highland did some mods built a firebox ash pan with baffles welded the two piece firebox together plus welded it to the cook chamber also installed running plates as well as extended the stack any help would be appreciated as to what else I should do thanks
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Congrats on the new smoker!
Not seeing the pic...but enjoy!

Just start smoking on it and learning your smoker.
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Great mods!

 

Looking forward to seeing it in action!

 

Al

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Seasoned the smoker today it ran great at 250 for about 5 hrs but it took 1.5 hrs to get to 200 i was using cowboy briquettes does anybody have a better idea i tried to get lump but nobody has any thanks
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Well did two racks of ribs and a small pork butt went off without a hitch didn't have to add any charcoal after filling the box once did the minion method with the baffles ran for 6hrs at 220-240 with charcoal left I have to send a big thanks out to all the people that posted the mods
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What is the best way to place the meat probe cables on the Oklahoma Joe Highland? Ive read some people drill holes beneath the lid but above the cooking grate on some smokers and insert grommets. There isnt room to do that on the highland, right below the door is the rail for the cooking grates. Im not sure if I should drill below cooking grates and run the cable back up, or maybe drill in the side end by the exhaust and run the cable along the inside of the cooking chamber. I unfortunately only have a couple elcheapo walmart units and the cables arent very durable, there wrapped in a thin material that doesnt look like it would hold up to just run them under the door and let it rest on them.

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I love your snake burner!!! Only wish I knew how to weld grilling_smilie.gif
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You can buy them from gator pit
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I put mine under the door but I also have the insulation around the door
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