Probably should have taken more pics as I was doing this, but, I didn't have a real clear path or plan. Most of this was just " shooting from the hip " , see what would happen, and fix or fab from that point and move forward.... This was early on , and I was still figuring out my basic plan.... In general, to use a range than had been sitting around, coupled with an external " smoke generator " , still try to use the original heat and control elements for a simple - easy to use platform for year-round smoking... This was my first stab at the smoke generator, - an old gas cylinder that was going to be my "fire crucible" with valves on the intake an exhaust. It was supposed to be pretty adjustable , self contained, and easy to use.... it wasn't... was a pain to reload due to the top access and difficult to make it not leak smoke... It worked, but, getting it started and lit and burning to a sustainable level was difficult... but you can see that it actually did make smoke... And... Here was a quick mock-up to see how it would act... at the time it seemed doable .... I'll break this here, and let this much upload, and continue on with reply posts..