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  1. purdueboo

    Off-set at last, post restoration, rolled a fatty for the first fire

    After 48 hours to let the paint cure, I was dying to get my first test fire of my new rig! I didn't have much time, so I grabbed some kielbasa and rolled a fatty. I loaded my starter with natural charcoal and placed 5 potato sized chunks of western Hickory on top of the coals after they got...
  2. purdueboo

    Off-Set at last, Bar-B-Chef restoration, ready to roll some coal...

    Foodie for years, I love to cook and I was in the food service industry for over 15 before I lost my mind and went into Marketing! I have turned out some pretty decent Q over the years (according to my friends and family) with marginal equipment. So I'm anxious to see what I can do with a...
  3. purdueboo

    Which paint please!

    Bar b chef off set resto; Rustoleum, spray can #1) 2000 degree high temp engine paint, flat black #2) 1200 degree high temp BBQ black, satin finish #3) another recommendation? Vote fast! I wanna get cookin... Thanks!
  4. purdueboo

    Off set at last! Restoration advice needed...

    12 yr old bar b chef, off set smoker, barely used, good condition, but needs some TLC, surface rust etc. I used degreaser, wire brush, navel jelly, sandpaper, chefrob restoration is the goal. Need some paint recommendations, both are Rustoleum products, both are spray can, should I use; #1)...
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