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post #21 of 37
Wow, magnificent!
post #22 of 37
That is awesome. Sounds like a well thought out and executed plan.

points.giffor the effort.

Any thought of putting a roof on it?
post #23 of 37
Wow what a great rig...I like how U are doing it...not to many people can say they built their rig that they use for comps or catering...points.gif
post #24 of 37
Looks like you got it all there. Nice job, what a rig!
post #25 of 37
Are you going to be at the Frisco or loveland contests this year?
post #26 of 37
Thread Starter 
Depends on the dates, what can you tell me about those events?
post #27 of 37
Beautiful Smoker...PDT_Armataz_01_34.gif
post #28 of 37
That is awesome although I seemed to miss where the drink holders where icon_rolleyes.gif
post #29 of 37
You have some serious skills there. That project is bigger than I would ever try. Well done.
post #30 of 37
Very nice trailer!! Looks like you thought of everything there!!!! Plenty of storage and lots of room!
post #31 of 37
man that is one nice smok'n cook'n rig smoke up some critters !
post #32 of 37
Both are KCBS sanctioned events.

The Frisco site is here:


The Loveland one is here:

post #33 of 37
That's a build to be proud of! Very nice tour.PDT_Armataz_01_34.gif
post #34 of 37
Thread Starter 
Thanks I am fitting them into my schedule.
post #35 of 37
Thats an awesome rig!!
post #36 of 37
That looks awesome. I want one of those. Sweeeettttt!!!!!
post #37 of 37
Well done job with tremendous detail.

Question: without the Harleys on the back, how heavy is the tongue weight? It looks from the pictures that the cooker is forward of the axles which I would think could produce some serious tongue load.
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