Originally Posted by Phrasty
Wassup man, This pit has been giving you problems from the start right? I haven't gone back to check your other posts but if my memory serves me right (and sometimes it doesn't, so forgive me if I'm wrong) you made that out of compressor tanks joined together which can tend to be on the thin side. If your steel is not thick enough to hold the heat in your pit, with a pit of that length no matter what you do with a firebox on the far end of it you will always have heat fall off. Have you tried insulating the pit somehow? I don't really know what to tell you. Sorry.
ur right in a away . i am able to use it i just want to get my temps even out. i have had some problems with heat flow.but slowly getting them work out. i cooked a 100# pig. i just had to keep spinng it.. i did not try insulating the pit. i think i am going to build a new firebox and make it a reverse flow. i just need to figure out the rite size and how big to make the opening from the box to the cooker