Mongo - Stumps Clone Build - Gravity Feed Smoker

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nicholson

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Oct 17, 2013
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Seymour, Missouri



























































































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zombie13xx

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Dec 15, 2009
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Indiana
Very nice looking build. I'm a huge fan of the stumps design built myself one a few years ago. Great job on your built.
 
Mar 4, 2014
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Joplin Missouri
Great build. I too am a fan of the stumps clone and have one drawn up for my future project. I gotta give a thumbs up
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Sep 25, 2014
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rocky point
Nicholson I tried making a gravity fed cooker on the back side of a pic cooker but I used a 3/4 valve instead cause the 2 1/2 was so pricey but I had trouble with my fire so you think that was the problem also it was about a foot under the actual fire
 

nicholson

Newbie
Original poster
Thread starter
Oct 17, 2013
24
12
Seymour, Missouri
Sometimes even with a bigger valve establishing initial airflow can be an issue. I found that big valve of mine for $5 on ebay. You may need to buy, or make, a little blower system to attach to your valve. Usually once the coals are pretty well established it will burn just fine on its own, even with a smaller valve.
 
Sep 25, 2014
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rocky point
Getting it burning isn't so much the problem with the top open it's when I close the top when it's stops burning like it suppose to, guess installing a 2 1/2 inch nipple couldn't hurt anything to start with, thanks for the help
 

shane womack

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Jan 31, 2015
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Hey, do you still have the plans that you built this off of? I would love to take a look at them and see if this is something I could build. Thanks.
 

krism715

Newbie
Feb 25, 2017
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Attleboro,MA.
Great build! Can you tell me where I could purchase the raw materials to diy a smoker? Would you have a rough idea of gauge of steel and type of steel you used?
 

mendozer

Fire Starter
Sep 13, 2012
55
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Seattle, WA
how did you figure out the size or angle of the pellet distribution? is it regulated by any controller or air vent? What's the range you can get temps precisely?