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So you want a stickburner but don't have the room to park a trailer?

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Smokin_Turkey

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it's a hand fabricated pit which takes days and is actually as hard or harder than building a full size pit. Think - "ship in a bottle" and the original idea for these was to be a working display and something I could play with at home. It was my fellow BBQ friends who convinced me to put a price tag on them.  :angel:
#31 - November 22, 2009, 07:49:49 am
Amature grill cook hoping to learn something.

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World Record Holding HCC Mini Lang,
WOTS, Weber "Plat-former", WSJS,
The secret UDS project (in the works),
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HF weedburner w/ starter,
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azkitch

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I didn't mean to editorialize about the price Brian.  ;) I love the looks of your stuff. In fact, if I have more time next East coast trip I take, I'd love to come see your place, get a first hand look at your stuff. Those small smokers are pretty heavy, aren't they? I didn't look to see if you stated an approximate weight.

Just looked. 75! That's more'n what my fat dog weighs! Neat.
#32 - November 22, 2009, 08:39:56 am
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For cooking, lower and slower. For spices, mo' hotter, mo' better. Habaneros rule!

Smokin_Turkey

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I didn't mean to editorialize about the price Brian.  ;) I love the looks of your stuff. In fact, if I have more time next East coast trip I take, I'd love to come see your place, get a first hand look at your stuff. Those small smokers are pretty heavy, aren't they? I didn't look to see if you stated an approximate weight.

Just looked. 75! That's more'n what my fat dog weighs! Neat.

The first mini with the trailer frame and propane bottle weighs more than 80. The new one i built weighs more like 40. I was able to trim down weight by reducing the materials involved. I went from 1/4" thick body to 3/16" and 1/8" which in scale is still way more than sufficient. I actually was able to make a nicer build with the thinner materials also due to the fact i was able to bend the thinner materials which left less welding like the internal baffle which came out really sweet in the new mini. This is also part of where the $150 less came from. New fabrication methods giving less man hours involved. When I get an order for one of these, I can have one start to finish done in about 3 days depending on other shop workload. The holidays coming, Im anticipating what happened to me last year which is everyone waits until the second week of Dec and wants it for Xmas.
#33 - November 23, 2009, 09:16:50 am
Amature grill cook hoping to learn something.

www.HuntingdonCountyCustoms.com

World Record Holding HCC Mini Lang,
WOTS, Weber "Plat-former", WSJS,
The secret UDS project (in the works),
HCC KEG Smoker/Grill,
Superfast Green Thermapen,
HF weedburner w/ starter,
THE INVENTOR OF "PIGGLES"

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