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post #21 of 130
Really cool, Great idea for small smokes, nice job.
post #22 of 130
Thread Starter 

A few more extras

here are a few more extras I added today, maybe tomorrow, I will get the fenders and shelves on and the propane tank holder plus the front jack.

Today, I added the grease drain and valve, plus a gauge, and a propane Twig lighter which also can double as a second fuel, got 300 degrees with it!! (talk about pre-burning wood---oops--i mean twigs!!!)

Should I make a small propane 6" side burner for some onions or an egg? I am afraid it might be too close to the tank---BOOM:-)

post #23 of 130
That's amazing Steve...well done!
Can't wait to see it in action.PDT_Armataz_01_34.gif
post #24 of 130
you need a 50cc 4 wheeler to pull it with at a comp...
post #25 of 130
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Lawn Tractor to pull it with?

I was thinking about the lawn tractor---maybe I will paint it up with an Earnhart paintjob?
post #26 of 130
Thread Starter 

It's done!!

Had warm weather today, so I removed all the old fireman's paint from the air tank, and finished fabricating fenders/shelves, the screw-jack, a propane tank clamp, and a twig basket. Painted everything and she is humming at 250 right now for a final seasoning!!

Here's the pics:-)

post #27 of 130

That has GOT to be the coolest thing I have seen since I started looking at smokers. The finished product looks absolutely AWESOME.

Great job!!

post #28 of 130
That's amazing Steve
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post #30 of 130
Dave kick *** job looks like a fun projectPDT_Armataz_01_37.gif
post #31 of 130
That is friggin' sweet.PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif

What's the name of the little fella??
post #32 of 130
Steve...that is awesome. Showed it to my wife and she thought it was a full size smoker. Explained to her that the propane bottle was a hand held...then SHE was impressed.

I can see you serving these for breakfast out of that thing on the morning of a comp.....

Pigs in a blanket....small sausages wrapped in biscuit dough.
post #33 of 130
Hats off to you for a superb build! Sitting next to the big smoker it looks like you'd have to call it Mini Me. Awesome Job!
post #34 of 130
Man what a job. Love it.
post #35 of 130
Thread Starter 

Thanks for the nice comments--

Thanks for the nice comments guys including Richtee, Neens, Ken, and Cowgirl too!

To answer your question MiniChef---Her name is "Twiggy", since she basically will be burning the maple and oak twigs that fall in my yard!!!!


post #36 of 130
Late arriving. This thing is TOO cute. A "one slabber". PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif
Is that a cork in the front bung?
post #37 of 130
That is great... never thought id say this but, its cute... Not trying to de-man you mini, but it is.
post #38 of 130
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I plan on using the cork hole for remote thermometer access---very observant!!

You know, that Twig Burner is so small, that I am thinking about drilling a hole in the back behind the door which would allow me to slide my probe right into the meat from outside!! (Sounds bad but it really would work:-)
post #39 of 130
The baby lang is awasome...............I love it...............That would be cool to have............Great job...................
post #40 of 130
That rocks! now I know who to send my old air tanks to! jk Ito am totaly interested in a twigy of my own if you are interested? I sure am! that rocks! and the guys faces at the volunteer fire dept looks with it strapped to my back! lmao!PDT_Armataz_01_37.gifPDT_Armataz_01_37.gif
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