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post #21 of 27

I'm stocking up on briskets and pork shoulders before he gets it done ,

'cause I know they're gonna be hard to find when he loads that up.

   One question tho ,if you built a smaller fire in the fire box ,could you

smoke at tempature on the end closest to the fire box and cold smoke

at the far end?    

post #22 of 27
Thread Starter 

actually the temps are even all the way across becuase of the floor once it heats up thats it what ever it is at the fire box end the other end is not that far off temperature wise

post #23 of 27
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Originally Posted by beagleboy View Post

actually the temps are even all the way across becuase of the floor once it heats up thats it what ever it is at the fire box end the other end is not that far off temperature wise


Beagleboy,

If you park that magnificent structure pointing North & South, wouldn't the North End be a few degrees cooler in the Winter?

 

Bear

post #24 of 27

Man oh Man, by the time a guy would prep enough meat to fill that thing, he would be so sick of meat that he may not want to cook.

 

You are deffinatly gonna need an assistant. :)

post #25 of 27

At least it is properly named. GOOD LORD that thing is huge.

post #26 of 27
Thread Starter 

DSCF0546.JPGshe sure enough turned out to be a project but I should make back what  I put into with the first two functions I'll caiter hopefuy or by the roadside selling ribs & chicken

post #27 of 27

put fins on it, paint it to look like an icbm. now that i look at that thing, i does look like a virginia class doesnt it

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