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Old 03-07-2013, 04:19 PM   #7
Triple T BBQ
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Join Date: 12-20-11
Location: SE, Minnesota

Originally Posted by Tough old man View Post
I'm in the process of building a smoker. 72" x 22". During the build i have decided on a reverse flow. Problem is It has 2 doors with shelve frames already welded in. Be very hard to weld in a plate in the bottom now without doing it in sections.

So i came up with an idea and need your thoughts on it whether it would work or not. I'm planning on running a 6" id steel pipe from the firebox to about 6" from the end of the cooking chamber. Also I would have to buy the plate and I already having the steel pipe.

Question is whether this would work or not.

I would get the grinder out and pull the shelves out temporarily. Love the reverse flow plate in mine. Cooks super even with a nice hot spot right over where the firebox is inside the tank. Great for Chrisping up the chicken.
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