mini smoker

Discussion in 'Reverse Flow' started by sawruff, Jun 10, 2010.

  1. sawruff

    sawruff Fire Starter

    will sorry no pic of the build but here mine mini smoker still needs to be paint I'm loving these thing one load 3 or so hours of smoking       the cooking space is a 7.5 gal the fire box is a 5 gal tank

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    still trying to make a batter damper this one like to fall down

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    will i like water smoker so the reverse plate is flat with a 2'' lip  holds about a 2 liter

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    had a bigger hold need to fill it in

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    will I'm also just getting down the hold welding and cutting torch thing

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     will there it is  also have a bigger one to start my first one did not come out to what i had i mine  its  $$$ to run and its not good looking at all  ill try to take pic of the up coming build   in till then        SAWRFF    Scott [​IMG]
     
  2. sawruff

    sawruff Fire Starter

    well got some paint on this thing and did a new damper up to its looking good now here some pic [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
  3. tom37

    tom37 Master of the Pit OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    Lookin Good Scott,

    That looks like it took some thought to make the fire box door work out. I like it. I gotta agree with ya on the size issue, I went from using my reverse to a drum and I am still amazed. There is a big difference to get used to only being able to cook 4 slabs instead of being able to fit 18. But I really like the light it and leave it method I am learning with the drum.

    Not to criticize at all, just trying to offer a tip. It looks like you are using flux core wire, two things you can try.

    1. Grab a can of cheep cooking spray and coat the area where you are going to weld.

    2. Just clean the area right where the weld will be instead of a large area.

    This will help keep the splatter from sticking, and what sticks will clean off pretty easy.

    Again I am not in any way degrading your project. Just tryin to help out. When I first started welding with wire I had bad splatter and sometimes a piece of wire sticking out. I left it since it was inside and no one was going to see it. Bad deal there. I reached in the smoker for something and jammed that little piece of wire right under my fingernail. I hate it when I get hurt from something I caused.

    Happy Smokes with the new rig.
     
  4. sawruff

    sawruff Fire Starter

    thx i will kept that in mine on the next 2 builds i have  bigger one then a trailer build i did not like my first one i made just to big   thx for the tips where will be Qview  tommor   got some ribs to do    
     
  5. mballi3011

    mballi3011 Smoking Guru OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

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    Man oh Man that's a very cool smoker for sure. Then it works for the small stuff too. Too Cool
     
  6. dick foster

    dick foster Smoking Fanatic

    Nice!!
     
  7. sawruff

    sawruff Fire Starter

    well i have a pic of it going on and what is left over could not to eating for i would die   and my fringes would be gone it was goooooood [​IMG][​IMG]

    ribs gone and the bird seen better days
     
  8. That is one cool little build! I'm sure your next ones will improve as you do more.
     
  9. sawruff

    sawruff Fire Starter

    well i did a pulled pork for my boys b-day 9 hour in the smoker 9 hour in the oven about 2.5 in a cooler [​IMG]

    no up close pic sorry   i also did a fatties to

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  10. tom37

    tom37 Master of the Pit OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    WOW thats a long time. How big was the pork?

    And OMG that fattie makes me wanna go look for food.

    Very nice job.
     
  11. sawruff

    sawruff Fire Starter

    thx man ya it was along time but the butt came off so gooood it was 9.8 pounder  iam loving mine mini smoker

               Scott
     

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