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Old 08-01-2010, 10:33 PM   #105
Phrasty
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Join Date: 01-19-08
Location: Jamaica
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Greetings guys... We got in a good amount of work on the smoker today. All detail stuff so it doesn't look that different, but the details starting to come together nicely . We got the choke for the exhaust cut, assembled & installed. Then fabricated & welded on the handles for the food grates. Got the slides for the tuning plates in as well. The coal tray now has a tighter mesh on there so small coals wont fall thru easily. Started cleaning up the welds around the smoker as well as finishing up the door welds and smoothing those out... All in all a productive day. Hopefully I can to a good burn out to loosen the paint then grind and paint early this week. Can't wait! Kinda want to just light her up and throw on some ribs!!! My feet are killing me now tho but the day was worth it! Now on to the build Pron. Let me know what you all think.

Cheers guys!
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