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Old 06-24-2012, 11:10 AM   #5
Babbling Farker

Join Date: 07-11-11
Location: Tuscaloosa Alabama

bo_gator the heat leaves the firebox travels under a plate that is welded solid and stops short of the cooker on the inside. You have the stack on the same end as the firebox the heat rises into the cook chamber and flows backwards and allows you to have more even temps. Due to a pressure drop you steady flow of heat, some people are a lot better explaining it than me but in country boy terms that is the jest of it.... Google reverse flow cooker and get tons of info
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