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post #21 of 29

Is that formula only for a certain type of smoker such as a charcoal one?  What about Electric and propane smokers?

post #22 of 29

Question:  Does type of smoker (charcoal, propare, electric, etc)  dictate different forumlas?

post #23 of 29

ccjammer here,i have a 20 inch x 48 inch long cooker with a  18 x 20 square fire box offset

it has a 3 inch dia. x 30 inch long stack on the side top and was wanting to replace with a 4

inch dia. that is 4  foot long,is that sufficient enough or do I place it towards center of pit,any

.answers will be very appreciated. 

post #24 of 29

ccjammer here,i have a 20 inch x 48 inch long cooker with a  18 x 20 square fire box offset

it has a 3 inch dia. x 30 inch long stack on the side top and was wanting to replace with a 4

inch dia. that is 4  foot long,is that sufficient enough or do I place it towards center of pit,any

.answers will be very appreciated. 

post #25 of 29

ccjammer here,i have a 20 inch x 48 inch long cooker with a  18 x 20 square fire box offset

it has a 3 inch dia. x 30 inch long stack on the side top and was wanting to replace with a 4

inch dia. that is 4  foot long,is that sufficient enough or do I place it towards center of pit,any

.answers will be very appreciated. 

post #26 of 29

ccjammer here,i have a 20 inch x 48 inch long cooker with a  18 x 20 square fire box offset

it has a 3 inch dia. x 30 inch long stack on the side top and was wanting to replace with a 4

inch dia. that is 4  foot long,is that sufficient enough or do I place it towards center of pit,any

.answers will be very appreciated. 

post #27 of 29

cc jammer here

,

i have a 20 inch x 48 inch long cooker with a  18 x 20 square fire box offset

it has a 3 inch dia. x 30 inch long stack on the side top and was wanting to replace with a 4

inch dia. that is 4  foot long is that sufficient enough and do I place it towards center of pit,any

.answers will be very appreciated. 

post #28 of 29

Trying to determine exhaust stack size. I'm wanting to do dual stacks. I've taken an old pig cooker that is 60" longX30" deep, and 30" high. I built a firebox that is 24x24x30 with an opening that is 30x 51/4. The firebox is mounted on the lower back of the cooker and I have a plate inside of the cooking chamber to spread out the heat. I want to do dual stacks on the top at the rear corners. the only calculators I found give you single stack only. I'm thinking like 2- 3" stacks around 32" tall should do it. What do you think???????? Would that be the same as 1- 6' stack?

post #29 of 29

No... not the same....   actually exactly half the size needed....   4 - 3" stacks would be the same...  I would go with 2 - 5" stacks...

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