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Offset smoker build

nickwren14

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Hey so im wanting to build an offset smoker from my old propane tank and was wondering if anyone knew a cheaper way to get a chimney(smoke stack). Needs to be around 4 feet tall with a 6" diameter but all the ones I find are insanely expensive.
 

mike243

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If you have a heavy equipment place close I would stop in, they will get cylinders that cant be rebuilt and will be scraped , I used a 4" 1 on a reverse flow I built as a young man 30 or so years ago, didn't know that's what it was called then as no computer or knew anybody that smoked food. good luck and have fun
 

JJS

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Is there a local metal recycling yard near you? They usually have all kinds of stuff laying around for cheap
 

smokin peachey

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When I made my smoker I used a short section of pipe and then slide a piece of stove pipe inside it. This also allowed me to use a stove pipe damper in the stove pipe. You can get stove pipe in different diameters at tractor supply and it is not expensive.
 

gary s

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All the above and check with some fab and welding shops

Gary
 

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