Started to get the grating on the racks this morning. Had to quit early to got gun shopping though. I'll be back at it Monday.
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I figure I'd get as much heat out of the smoke as I can before it exits. lowering the exhaust on my brinkman really helped. I've heard it doesn't really matter on a reverse flow but figure I try it anyway. I helps keep my overall height down and to be honest I think it just looks cool . Hope to have some more pics up tomorrow. thanks for watching
Sorry ya'll. The OT has been kicking in, so I take when I can get it. Got the outside wire wheeled and plan to get the inside done Friday. Hopefully start laying paint for the graphics Friday also. Trust me, no one wants to see Q from this thing more than me. I'll have more pics hopefully Friday.
Its been awhile coming but its worth the wait.
I heard somewhere that when a build passes 5 pages the builder has to ship samples from the maiden voyage to all members that viewed his or her thread. Shall I start a thread for us all to post our addresses in?
Pig candy would be easy to ship. LOL
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Wow, this is so impressive !
This is my first post :-)
So far I've been experimenting with rubs, wood chips and tinkering/learning about maintaing low even temp.
My goal is to build my own smoker this summer. I too am not a welder but I'm always thiking of ideas. I've now learned that no tank is too big! LOL
Keep up the great work - you are inspiring
Dave in Ottawa