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post #41 of 80

Just three metal crossbars holding the drip pans and the aluminum drip pans themselves with foil; check out my build thread on the bottom of my posts; one is for making the smokehouse and the other is for making the ham to smoke in the smokehouse, lol!

 

Ham and Smokehouse Threads:
Ham: http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/for...ad.php?t=89979  Smokehouse: http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/for...ad.php?t=88853  Plywood Smokehouse, Cabelas 1 hp Grinder, Northern Tool 15# Stuffer.  Meat Specialist, Sausage Maker, Curing and Smoking Processor

post #42 of 80
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Just three metal crossbars holding the drip pans and the aluminum drip pans themselves with foil; check out my build thread on the bottom of my posts; one is for making the smokehouse and the other is for making the ham to smoke in the smokehouse, lol!

 

Ham and Smokehouse Threads:
Ham: http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/for...ad.php?t=89979  Smokehouse: http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/for...ad.php?t=88853  Plywood Smokehouse, Cabelas 1 hp Grinder, Northern Tool 15# Stuffer.  Meat Specialist, Sausage Maker, Curing and Smoking Processor




Read both your Ham link thread and your Smokehouse link thread. Great build for an all wood (basically) smoker. Loved your Ham thread so much it makes me want to pack up and move close to you and become your best friend neighbor so that I can be invited to some of those ham or turkey dinners. Yummm!!!

post #43 of 80

Hey guys, finaly got the company up and going. The website is in its infancy but I think its kinda cool.

Im in the final stages of completing # other models and should be postin those pics in the next couple weeks.

http://pioneersmokehouses.com

post #44 of 80

How long did it take to build the "Georgia" smoker on a trailer? Did you do it all yourself\sub it out. And the big question: overall cost?

 

Very nice build.

post #45 of 80

WOW great post Thanks !

post #46 of 80

Just finished the Barn smoker build. Heres a picture..

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post #47 of 80

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post #48 of 80

Got a lot of good looking smokers in here! Keep up the good work yall!

 

Ash

post #49 of 80

All I can say is WOW I cant wait to get mine tonight Looking for that brown truck.......

post #50 of 80

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Here is my Double Barrel smoker, with three racks inside...

post #51 of 80

275 oil tankBoston butts.Ribs

post #52 of 80

Great looking smokers!! cool.gif

post #53 of 80

I really like this one, kinda always partial to wood.

post #54 of 80

Now that is nice. Really, really nice.

post #55 of 80

All looks really good. Love the smoker. Happy smokin...........................

post #56 of 80

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post #57 of 80

dusty 109.jpg2011_2_28_15_51_1.jpg2011 aug 112.jpgMy father build it 20 years ago.Works like a champ. 

post #58 of 80

Our 500 gal RF. Smoker #6 for me. First one I have had to tow though.

 

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post #59 of 80

Wow Thanks for the Pics of all the smokers. I am getting Ready to build a Couple Smokers out of 55 gal barrels. we volunteer for the Laurel Jc's here in Montana and i want to start smoking some foods for there events and fundraisers. some of these pics just gave me some great idea's Thank You..

post #60 of 80

I do believe I may see that tomorrow. What time do the tours start Joel?

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