Heavy Modded Char-Griller Minnesota

Discussion in 'Classified Ads' started by markcp, Mar 10, 2010.

  1. As you can see by the pictures I have a heavy modded Char-Griller for sale. This works great in all types of terrain, this is not a Concrete Baby, it goes off road.

    What started out as a normal smoker ended up with this.
    Turned into a reverse flow
    Built charcoal basket,
    Working shelf,
    Lined with mild steel to help keep the heat,
    And did I mention aluminum golf cart wheels with spinners?





    $325.00 picked up
     
  2. ddave

    ddave Master of the Pit OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    Well, I'm too far away to buy it from you but I gotta give ya [​IMG] for the build.

    That thing looks pretty cool!! [​IMG]

    Dave
     
  3. I can not take credit for the build. I wish I could.
     
  4. target

    target Fire Starter

    Where is this in MN?
     
  5. graybeard

    graybeard Smoking Fanatic OTBS Member

    Clean look! What is the shelf made of? (wood or metal). More pictures??

    beard
     
  6. 3montes

    3montes Master of the Pit OTBS Member

    Nice smoker Mark! What are you replacing it with?
     
  7. target:
    I'm located about 45 minutes south of Minneapolis, near Faribault, MN

    Graybeard:
    I can get some more pictures posted tonight. The wrap around "L shelf" is made from steel. I think it is actually a metal shelf that was fit and cut?

    montes:
    I made the leap to a Stumps. I've been following them for sometime, and decided to go with a Stretch. Even though I've pulled some great tasting food off the Char-Griller, I'm looking forward to the Stretch.
     
  8. jak757

    jak757 Smoking Fanatic Group Lead

    Nice work! I'm not a buyer for you -- but you do get [​IMG] for the great mods!

    Can you tell me more (and/or show pics) of what you did with the steel lining to help keep the heat? And how has that done?

    Great job man!!!
     
  9. The previous owner did the mods, I was lucky enough to get to enjoy them a couple of years. He took thin sheet metal and double lined the chamber. Ran a spacer between the factory metal and the liner. This gives it a dead air space to retain heat better. He also made a metal plate to sit above charcoal basket, that keeps heat from radiating out the firebox lid.

    Our home compluter is down and I need that in order to upload some pictures. Maybe by Sunday I'll have it back?
     

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