Originally Posted by Norcoredneck
I would not cut doors below half or the grease will run down front.
Oooooh.... good point. Could he add a "drip edge" inside the door just above where it'll hit when opening/closing to keep the drips inside the cooker?
Of course.....why have doors that low? I guess it gives more space if you want to add extra racks?
Cutting the tank safely: should a guy fill it with water during cutting? I guess that depends if cutting with a chop saw or torch, huh?
Anyway.....I'll be watching as well. I'm DYING to have a cooker like this. I've been looking on CL for one, but they're all so damn expensive. I'd really love to build one too.