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Edited by wolf - 6/26/10 at 9:00pm
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post #3 of 18

Welcome to the forums, interesting set up.

 

Please turn the CAPS lock off, hard to read.

post #4 of 18

Pick me up some Wrangler jeans from that Sears!

 

That is a HUGE build!  I just hope that the CO health dept likes it as much as I do.

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hello fellow smokers,

having a colorado 20 minute rain delay so I'll post some more pic's from today so far, as far as the co health dept, I really should not have any problems, I will have my four compartment sink, 2 commercial refrigeration units, holding cabinet, freezer, char broiler. the only thing I am going to try and get away with is my hood due to the open air design I should be able to get away without it if I need it I'll put mine in003.JPG004.JPG005.JPG006.JPG007.JPG001.JPG

post #6 of 18

What a great build you have going on there!!

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hello felow smokers,

  I am at day 6 and I will have to take her for her first test drive, 140 mile should do it. wish me luck I just hope it tracks like before I put a few ton on it, still have a little bit to do on her in the morning. gas to fryers, bare min. on some electrical than load up some applewood and  will hopefully will be putting in about 500lbs on SMOKE by this time tomorrow. Be back in a week! have a boat load of pic's but I am about to use my system to start a fire:)

Later, Wolf

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Dang Wolf, that a mighty fine build you have going. You do realize that you'll be bombarded with all kinds of "how to" questions from those folks how want to get into the event catering business?  Now as for meownself, I would mind a peek inside your trailer unit!!

post #10 of 18

nice build and i'm with dutch on the peek!

post #11 of 18

Great build Wolf, I like it alot.

 

BTW the big bad wolf pic is a simply fantastic landscape to look at. I wish that was what I looked at when I open my front door.

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Whew what a week fellow smokers,

SOLD OUT! Spent a week with the SCA this is a group of fine folk that reanact 1600 battles with armor and all, didn't get a chance to see any of that.tho had a great time but worked my ass off. weather was ok until nite when the cold of the mountains inverts to wind so a couple of nites the wind was so bad it was like the big bad wolf did blow the houses down. But not the big bad wolfs house because it is made of STEEL! the build was a great success but found out I have a bent axel so those crappy dexter moble home axels will be going to the scrap yard. here are some pic's for you all the enjoy, will be fine tuning the trailer with sinks, and electric this week and putting a char broiler on too again over all I am very happy so far with it. Tune in.

Later WOLFCIMG1321.JPG

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sorry about my order of pic's still trying to figure out this site better at banging metal and smoking meats than this computer stuff

see ya!

Going to bed soooo wolf tired, rest till next week when I get to do it all again!

Wolf

post #15 of 18

Great looking build!

 Period costumes look good to except for one thing. CROCS????

post #16 of 18

Well that's a big un alright but is it gonna fit under the over passes, bridges and though the tunnels? It looks like it might be a might too tall for the roads.

post #17 of 18

You know you are doing it right when Wenche's and Pirates show up! LOL 

 

Nice build.... grats!

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I am just under 12' only issue so far low hanging trees in remote places where there hasent already been a truck or two tru it already thats where the chain saw comes in handy just hope it not a pine tree!

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