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post #41 of 46

Here is a link for a good site that has almost everything.

 

Not exactly the same but these are draw latches.

 

http://www.mcmaster.com/#draw-latches/=892c18

post #42 of 46

I found them today matt.  Thanks for the heads up.  $3.99 beats the hell outta $29.99 I almost paid yesterday for something a little different. :)

post #43 of 46

Wow, add that to my Christmas list!  Great Job!

post #44 of 46

How did you do the grates?  Do yo uhave any more pictures of them?  Also, that burner int he grill/box, is that made or bought?  I bought, any info?

post #45 of 46
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d-mac

The grates are just angle iron welded in a frame with expanded metal welded inside.  The bottom rack has a couple pieces of angle crossing in the middle for added support.

 

The burner is partially made.  I had purchased the venturi from Tejas Smokers and put a piece of pipe on it for the burner.  I drilled two rows of 1/8" holes every 1/4" down the length of the pipe.  But it is easy enough to make without the venturi.  Do a search for the Frankensmoker that was built by SQWIB and you will see how he builds burners.  I will be trying it his way on my next build.

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