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Discussion in 'Reverse Flow' started by zeeker, Jun 14, 2009.
That's a beaut of a build. The clearance between the top two racks is a tad small, but I suppose that will be used for ribs? Are you going to give it a nice paint job when it's all said and done, or will you just shine 'er up?
shame ya cant clearcoat that thing
Very nice indeed. You sure have some kinda talent.
You sure are doing a great job on that smoker. Really outstanding work.
Looks really good.. I like it
Wish I had those tools and talents! looks awesome!
Wow - that looks awesome. New here, but a question on your build. Stack is on right side - do you have a plate that will direct smoke from the firebox right to left then up and through the meat from left to right?
Isn't that the Lang principle on how they move the smoke thru the chamber.
Hey - I was born in St. Catharines - many years ago.
Do your shelves for the meat just rest on angle iron? If so, they may fall forward and spill your smokie goodness when pulling them out. You may want to put a piece of steel above them also so they sort of slide into a groove to prevent spills.
Just a thought.....
Again, looks killer. I wish I had the experience and tools to do that!
WOW! A beautiful work of art.
that sure is a sweet build there zeeker I bet thats gonna have a few sweet smokes there. Good job and Happy Smoking.
Wonderful looking build! Nice work... Now I just have to get you to come over to my place and make me something like that...