Love it! Great pose. But hope your mantle is strong enough to hold it? My mantle is mounted off just 3 bricks that jut out from the masonry...wouldn't trust it to a considerable long-term static load and definitely not a seismic one.Took a break.
Taxidermist called and my Pronghorn is ready.
I think most cookers that are designed to force a little more smoke flow around the food (for both flavor and heating/cooking efficiency) mount a bladed fan at the top. But nothing wrong with squirrel-cage fan like this.Anyone with a fan experience this?
Seems excessive for the first smoke.
Keep an eye on those Auburn electronics. Not a lot of air flow there so you don't want that chassis getting hot.Trying to use up my extra lumber.
I’m going to leave the one side open for the WiFi signal.
JD. It seems that small mesh and board frame is interfering with the smoke flow. Or am I over thinking it again?Now try a dry run with no fan... see if the pellets keep going and produce a smoker full of smoke ....
This question didn’t quite come out rightJD. It seems that small mesh and board frame is interfering with the smoke flow. Or am I over thinking it again?
Sure wanted that stainless mesh for a jerky rack.
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