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Drum&Que

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Hey y’all! I’m still kinda new to this community but have been cooking for a little while now. I moved to NY Stare about a year ago and had a kid so I’ve been a little less active but that’s changing again.
Im cooking on and Old Country Wrangler and wondering if anybody has experimented with leaving the I side alone and just extending the stack to be about 6” shorter than the cook chamber.
 

smokeymose

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Never thought about a short stack on an offset. I don't know.
 

SmokinAl

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First of all, welcome to SMF!
I’m not sure what you are saying, but it sounds like you want to cut the stack off. I wouldn’t do that. However I would extend the stack on the inside down to the rack. You can get the supplies at HD.
Al
 

Drum&Que

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Hey Al! Thanks a lot! I’m definitely talkin about extending the stack. My stack is already at grate level but I’m talking about adding additional height to the outside of the stack for better draw.
 

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