IMHO... may not be necessary. Having an offset with the upright chamber on the opposite end of the firebox will allow you to have different temperature zones. You have hotter temps near the firebox and warm temps on the other end off from one heat source (firebox). Its a strategic opportunity - using hot/warm/cool zones at your advantage.
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