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reverse flow build

  1. P

    My 500 gallon pit build

    Hi everyone, I am new to the forum but have drawn a lot of ideas from posts on here over the years, so I thought I would share the story of my new smoker build. It is a 500 reverse flow made from a propane tank, with a warming cabinet/second cook chamber. The warming cabinet and fire box are...
  2. donny88

    60 gallon old air compressor tank

    Good day the place I work at has an old 60 gallon air compressor tank laying around and I was thinking about turning it into a reverse flow stick burner. Would the tank thickness be to thin and save my time and find a propane tank. Thank you for your input
  3. P

    Featured New Oklahoma Joe Highland - Reverse Conversion, Input needed

    Hi there, I've been reading through all the great info on this forum for a while, but this is my first time posting. I'm based out in Switzerland, and so getting hold of decent BBQs is challenging. Anyway I just managed to find and picked up a new OKJ Highland. I really wanted the reverse, but...
  4. P

    Craftsman RF60 Build

    Hi all welcome to my 60 gallon build. I got this donor tank and I’m looking to build a simple RF smoker for my patio. I aspire to build a bigger cooker, and hoping to learn as much as I can with this build before investing into a bigger tank. I’ll be following the “how to build a reverse flow...
  5. N

    FB/CC advice

    Hi all, Sorry for the repeated question regarding FB/CC configuration but I've hit a bit of a wall and hoping someone can shine a light on what to do next. My questions are : 1. Does it matter that the FB/CC opening is significantly larger than the opening at the opposite end of the CC? 2...
  6. M

    63.3 Gallon RF, nearly complete

    I'm back again. My last post here was on September 19 of last year and I was getting some technical input from you guys on my build. It has been nearly a year, but it's now about 90% done, the rest of which is purely cosmetic. My project started life as an 80 gallon vertical air tank and was...
  7. M

    Vertical Reverse Flow smoker build. Calculating proper air flow

    Hello everyone, I am currently in the process of designing a vertical reverse flow smoker. Prior to building I would like to take all steps necessary to make sure I have the proper airflow throughout the entire smoker. Can anyone flood me with suggestions on how to ensure that this happens? The...
  8. anstissk

    Lang Clone

    Hi all, Started on my Lang clone a few days ago. Worked on designing it at night after work and between homework for my Masters class. So far, going well. Hoping to continue on it through the weekend. I think we’re going to go with lawn wheels toward the FB and maybe casters on the other side.
  9. Bigmark1127

    Reverse calculation check

    Please help I am ready to start building just want to double check all the calculations they are as follows 35.5 x 47.5 inches all measurements are in inches CC volume in cubic inches 47,510 fB/CC opening 190 cubic inches 34 x 8.5 inches Area under RF plate 190 cubic inches 8.5 inches Area open...
  10. Brisketandbutts

    Probe Port

    hello everyone, I’m getting a custom 54 inch reverse flow smoker being built for me. It is a reverse flow smoker with two slide out shelfs. I was wondering how many probe ports do you think I should have in it. I was planning on 4, one on each side of the smoker for each shelf. Is that too...
  11. DB Myers

    Please Check My Numbers - Reverse Flow - 36" X 24" X 3/8"

    23.25 ID X 36 Long X 3/8 Pipe = 15284 sq in FB/CC opening = 61" RF Plate Opening from Firebox = 61" Area Under RF Plate - 61" RF Plate Open End = 61" Firebox = 19" Tall X 20.5" Wide X 16" Deep = 6232 (33% = 5087sq in) FB to CC - Radius 11.62 x Segment 5.25 = Segment of 71.848 sq in" - 1.5 lip...
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