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Holland Grill Conversion

zhewitt04

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First of all I am new to the site and this is my first post. Please feel free to tell me I am wasting my time with this build or if it is a good idea. I want to take a gas holland grill that my dad is giving me and strip the inside of it. Put a offset smoke box on it and use it as a smoker. I am open to any ideas or pointers. I can take negative feed back so please feel free. I was going to probably buy a smoke box and weld it on. Please feel free.

I will post pictures of the build as I go.

Thanks Guys and Gals!
 

zhewitt04

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I should add that I am newbie and have been using a brinkman smoke and charcoal and just need more room and flexibility for long smokes.
 

daveomak

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Have you tried the "minion" method for your charcoal..... Search "minion method" in the handy dandy search bar.... Dave
 

zhewitt04

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Yeah but still the Brinkman just goes through the charcoal. I have also molded it out like so many have. Also this still doesn't help me in the space I need. I think the conversion is the way to go.
 

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