Ok. So its not very often that my best friend (heliboydoesbbq on this site) and i get to hang out. Today is one of those days. We have two tri tips, two fattys, a rack of lamb and some abt's to throw on the smoker. Problem is... Its currently blowing around 30 mph, snowing, and mixed rain. I am in a pretty non windy place with the smoker, but anytime a breeze blows across the exhaust tube, it creates negative pressure, and the exhaust is blown back into the cooking chamber. Is there anything i can do to the exhaust to prevent this from happening?? Maybe one of those upside down cones suspended just above the opening?? Can anyone help?? THANKS!!! We will keep you posted today as we try to smoke in some of the most ridiculous conditions possible. Hell, id even hook up a fan to the firebox and an exhaust fan to the exhaust if i knew that would work!!
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11/22/09 at 12:16pm