I have not put it on a trailer yet. Probley wait til Spring. I want to use it a bunch of times to make sure it is what I want, and it is going to work the way I want it too before I spend the money on a new trailer. I plan on starting the finish sand, grind, and paint next week. I have rustoleum 1000 degree paint to spray on it, and I plan on cutting a piece of granite to put on the shelf frame in front of the doors to set thermo's and such on. Does anyone do a initial burn before you sand and paint? Here is a few pics from my phone today in the warehouse.
I took bits and pieces of many smokers on here that I liked and incorporated it into my own. I want to thank MattS for his help and input, duck, and many others. I did put the drain and slightly sloped the pan away from the firebox. I have heard of alot of flareup and burning hog stories latelty and decided that a slight slope away wont hurt. :) Both racks are removeable, they have angle iron on both sides so I can pretty much pull it all the way out without it falling. There are expanded/angle iron grates inside the firebox with 3 inch tall legs so the fire wont be burning directly on the bottom of the firebox, and also so I can add propane burners on the inside too. Both sides of the firebox have two dampers that slide all the way to the sides for airflow. I will post more pics and details later on of the inside and the finished product.