Originally Posted by ThatsWhatSheSaidBBQ
Love the bullhorn smokestack. I still can't get over the fenders and the tapered slabs with the lettering...They're so slick. I know I've said this about 30 times but they really do look great..The wheels are awesome...The flooring is awesome..The whole trailer is awesome..The cooker is awesome..It's ALL awesome
When you said your paint started to bubble it made me flinch.. We are painting ours with a gloss black rated to only 800degrees.. I THINK this should be good since our box is super insulated, but I still wonder what it will do over time. I KNOW the box doesn't get up to 800 on the outer surface of the box but the spots near the door and the chamber (where there isn't insulation) DOES get hot. What do you think you'll do to fix this minor setback? or is it not bad enough to worry about?
Thanks. I really like your setup as well. The other stuff was sort of fun stuff we wanted to do. Wait till I get the stainless steel counter reinstalled and the treadplate reinstalled on the box and tops of the fenders. It should really pop then. As for the firebox, I guess we will do a larger box with more air space at the top like yours and then drop it deeper into the trailer frame rails this fall. I have already been looking at a different company for paint. Let me know what you guys choose to use and how yours works out. Between the two of us we should be able to save others some time here.
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