Converting Stainless Steel Propane Smoker to Charcoal?

Discussion in 'Charcoal Smokers' started by disbe81, Nov 1, 2009.

  1. disbe81

    disbe81 Smoke Blower

    Hey guys, i was wondering if anyone has any info/advice/experience or whatnot with converting a stainless steel propane smoker to a charcoal/wood smoker?

    Im sure i would have to make a few modifcations, but what i am more interested in knowing is will i encounter any major issues/problems? Like would the heat of the charcoal/wood at the source majorly warp (some warping is normal i know) or even melt the stainless steel? I wouldnt think so as a propane smoker has to achieve the same temps as any other smoker.

    Any information yall can give me would be great!



    BTW i am also posting this in the propane smoking area as those guys may have good advice.... i hope mods are ok with me posting the same thing twice.
  2. disbe81

    disbe81 Smoke Blower

    I thought it may also be worth mentioning that i am a charcoal/wood smoking kinda guy, so i have experience in that area.

    I am looking to keep the fire in the bottom of the stainless steel smoker. Here is a link to what i am going to look at.

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