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Time to work!

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Hello from Florida everyone!  Been doing tons of research on a bunch of forums on building smokers.  Got a hold of a cheapo vertical box smoker a year ago and since then I am determined to get my hands on a quality cooker of my own and really get to work.  So i got my hands on a compressor tank 32in h x 18in d.  Perfect size for someone like me who has no experience building cookers.  I've got some good calculations to start by using some calculators I found online but I have a few good questions I need answering and I know this place will have them!  Look forward to talking with everyone here and getting this build started, on that note...time for me to get out in the garage!!

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texas.gif  Good morning and welcome to the forum from a beautiful sunny day here in East Texas, and the best site on the web.

        Lots of great people with tons of information on just about everything.

 

        Gary

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Welcome to SMF!

 

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Plenty of talented builders on here to help you with your project.

 

Al

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Lot's of build info on here. My son and I have built quite a few smokers over the last several years,  Dave O has some excellent  info on what ratios you need.

 

 

Gary 

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Been checkin out a lot of the build info..some real good stuff on here.  I posted the drawing I made up and Dave tweaked the numbers.  I didn't compensate for the thickness of material haha.  Looked good on paper right?

 

Appreciate the help!

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Welcome to the gang Corey! Lots of experts here who are willing to give good tips.

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Lots of experienced builders here willing to share their experience. Can't wait to see how the build comes out.
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