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Unread 07-15-2010, 01:11 PM   #14
GEORGIA BULLHAWGS
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I know it seems odd, but you could place your wheels forward and add a counter balance of weight to the hitch end somewhere. I will be building one before long as well, and I have spare tractor weights laying around to get the balance worked out. I prefer a slightly tongue heavy application for towing purposes myself.

One other thing, you might consider moving your exhaust pipe to the other end of the cooking chamber. Put it on the same end as the firebox. I can see that you have a plate inthe bottom of the chamber (or what appears to be one), you want that smoke to linger back down the chamber so as to expose the meat to it for as long as possible. Just my opinion.

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