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Reverse Flow Gas Pipe Smoker Build

Discussion in 'Smoker Builds' started by MikieP, Dec 14, 2017.

  1. MikieP

    MikieP Newbie

    Hey Yall,

    My old smoker rusted out from the long hard winters of Minnesota so I figured it was time to build a new one.

    Luckily my brother-in-law got his hands on some gas main piping and asked if I wanted to build a smoker.

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    Its some pretty big and heavy pipe, weighs roughly 75lbs / ft. I figure it will hold heat pretty well.
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  2. MikieP

    MikieP Newbie

    Decided to weld up a frame to hold it out of 1" square steel

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    The main Cooking chamber is 58" long, and very very heavy.
     
  3. MikieP

    MikieP Newbie

    Lucky for me, my cousin has a plasma cutting table and I had him make me some end caps for the cook chamber and the firebox with a door.

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  4. MikieP

    MikieP Newbie

    Lets hoist this fat pig and get it welded into place

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    Put some feet on it and see if it rolls

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  5. MikieP

    MikieP Newbie

    I don't want this to break a weld, we decided to reinforce some corners

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  6. motocrash

    motocrash Master of the Pit OTBS Member

    Nice build but...over 500 pounds on 1" tubing??
     
  7. MikieP

    MikieP Newbie

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  8. MikieP

    MikieP Newbie

    Making progress.... Resized952017120395140747.jpg
     
  9. MikieP

    MikieP Newbie

    It will live its whole life on my back porch so I think 1" should be strong enough.