- Joined Oct 7, 2012
aces i misspelled work area twice in the the same post put are instead of area....i'm thinking Q not spelling....i love Q.....also something to think about is a jack on both back corners of the trailer...so when you hit the road to smoke or grill you can level the trailer. if you are using foil pans or foil wrapped meat. the juices won't run to one side.......and more important, if people sit on it, or climb up to get fuel or something out of a cooler. it doesn't raise the front up.....i saw a trailer with turkey fryers raise up from someone climbing on it. 4 people went by air to the burn unit (jacks are cheap)aces.. may i suggest the handle for the fire box. add a piece of pipe to the right side. long enough to extend past the end of the fire box. so when you are getting the fire going, flames are shooting up. you can close the lid without being in the fire. also for adding fuel, your face is not in the direct heat that will be rising....if you end up with a work are on the fire box end make sure the handle will not flip a plate or anything else that is on the work are off......building a smoker is a lot more work than most people think it is..... i know i said i'm not liking the fire box at grill height. i hope i'm wrong.......i hope this ends up being a great smoker for you.... keep the pics coming.