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  1. SweetSavour2Cor2:15

    First Build - DIY Trailer Offset

    I completed the racks for the main shelf. There are 4 and they are 16" wide by about 28" deep. Fit in the smoker like a glove. I was going to do pull out racks and I'm sure I will regret not doing it later on but I an hoping to get two shelves in the smoker and be able to do pork butts on...
  2. SweetSavour2Cor2:15

    First Build - DIY Trailer Offset

    I welded on the firebox fully and the filler strips on either side of the firebox and then let it cool completely before ever cutting the doors to hopefully minimize warping. The top of the doors were cut and then the flange and hinges were welded on. I did everything is stages, (cutting...
  3. SweetSavour2Cor2:15

    First Build - DIY Trailer Offset

    With the tank mounted to the trailer it was time to continue building the box. The bottom half will be the fire box with the top half being a warming cabinet or potentially a small smoke cabinet not sure completely yet. Because I was using all free scrap there was alot of piecing together but...
  4. SweetSavour2Cor2:15

    First Build - DIY Trailer Offset

    To start off with the tank I had to get the pipes and check valves off. They were on their pretty good until the 4 ft pipe wrench came out. The right tool for the job. With everything off the tank it was mounted to the trailer. Some beefier cross bracing was added to the trailer and the tank...
  5. SweetSavour2Cor2:15

    First Build - DIY Trailer Offset

    Hi guys. I've been here awhile soaking up all the information. I have been working on my DIY trailer smoker build. The tank is a 240 gallon tank that was from a water bottling facility. The trailer was an old camper that had been stripped. I got great deals on both. They sat for awhile until...