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trying to build a smoker

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DStew

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Great work and I echo the earlier post, I rarely find two things to drool over in the same photo (forklift and a Smoker.)   That's like Pam Anderson (10 years ago) with a bratwurst in her hand but I digress.     I want to see more photos too as this thing heads towards completion and first smoke.   How big is the firebox?     Great looking Smoker.  Great job.

I also ran into that inner steel band where the end caps get welded on.   Sucked.   But I was committed and just kept going.

Daryl
#46 - October 06, 2011, 07:45:45 pm
DStew - Low n Slow in Gilbert
"Confucius say, man with short basting mop has no hair on hand or forearm"

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Looks good Brian make sure you save all remnants that you cut off, work great for mods.

Marv
#47 - October 07, 2011, 08:09:58 am

DStew

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Would love to see some shots of the firebox door and how you sealed it (what gasket, etc) was used.  That firebox door can be a pain and I am working on my firebox door right now too so maybe I can gleen some knowledge from you. 

Thanks again and love the scale of your smoker,  SICK

Daryl
#48 - October 07, 2011, 08:28:07 am
DStew - Low n Slow in Gilbert
"Confucius say, man with short basting mop has no hair on hand or forearm"

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