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250 RF Project was Sold before I Started

randya

Meat Mopper
SMF Premier Member
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Joined Feb 8, 2009
Been a while since I posted any builds. Wanted to post and share my first every smoker build for someone else.  Was contacted by someone who wanted to purchase a 250 RF I built and sold.  I was asked if I would build one for him.  Below are pictures of that build as it unfolded hope you like.

This is a reverse somker with a grill setup in the fire box too.  I built a grill storage rack on the side of the tank to place it when you are smoking and not grilling.

By the way, he sold if 3 weeks after I built it????

Built trailer first.



Got a hold of great tanks for this one!



Set set tank and firebox before the axle and was on the way.



Cut the doors and set up the reverse plates.





Wood Rack and spare Tire Holder.



Two racks per side.



Firebox & Grill.



Completed project.



The loops on the tank and under the trailer on the right are for strapping coolers and cook equipment if needed.

I did the same on the other side.

Thia was a fun build!
 

bnew17

Smoke Blower
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Joined Feb 24, 2011
Wow, that is a great looking build!. I am about to start my first 250 rf build and am kinda stumped on the weight ratio in relation to the axle. I read somewhere where its 60/40 with 60 being in front of the axle? I cant really tell by looking at yours.
 
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purduesmoker

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Joined Jan 17, 2012
Very nice, i'm impressed. Since you are a fellow RF guy, can you tell me how large the gap between the end of your baffle plate and smoke chamber end is?  I didnt think about it before welding mine in and now i'm concerned my baffle plate is not long enough.  Thanks
 

randya

Meat Mopper
SMF Premier Member
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Joined Feb 8, 2009
Very nice, i'm impressed. Since you are a fellow RF guy, can you tell me how large the gap between the end of your baffle plate and smoke chamber end is?  I didnt think about it before welding mine in and now i'm concerned my baffle plate is not long enough.  Thanks
It was 10 inches from the end of the plate to the end of the tank. Hope this helps. Good luck on your build.
 

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