New here. I Need some knowledge about some equipment .

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Apr 28, 2019
Atlanta, GA
I have a very nice smoker that I don't really know that much about. I would like to sell it; however, there is not any maker identification on it. I think it was made for him by another person. I am not even sure what kind it is. If anyone could tell me anything about it, I would really appreciate it. I think it might be charcoal, but not sure. It has a bottom that leads down to a drain pipe at the bottom in the front. Thank you in advance. I can provide more pictures if needed.

Also, what you might think it might be worth. I believe it could be pretty expensive. It is very, very heavy. Probably would need about four people to move it. It took three of us to move it and the only way I could get it on the stand was to tilt it onto a rolling car jack and slide it onto the stand! The cooking box is 24 x 24 x 24 with three steel mesh grates that slide out. There is a thermometer on the front door and a vertical stack in the corner for ventilation. It has the stand it sits on with two wheels.


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Evening Guy. I'm afraid I can't tell you much about your smoker. It appears to me to be a well built custom. I'd say you're right about it being a charcoal burner. Looks like it has plenty of air vent leading into the fire box, so it should be able to maintain a fairly constant temp. No idea why its so heavy unless they used fairly heavy steel for the framing. Have you tried it out? I'd be tempted to give it a whirl and smoke something in it--especially since it took a bunch of you guys to get it set up.
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