Originally Posted by Just BS
What about some type of deflector shield between the off set box and the main smoking chambe,r above the grate level to help stabilize temps? Especially once I put a charcoal box in there....
The opening from the firebox to the cook chamber is at the bottom of the cook chamber. The tuning plates I use are above the opening from the firebox to the cook chamber creating a deflector like you mention. Heat from the firebox is forced under the tuning plates and only allowed up to the grate where there are gaps between the plates. That's what helps to even out the temps.
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