Originally Posted by boiler93
What size would be adequate?
Well you only give 2 numbers 20x24 what is the other number??? If I am correct about the cooker being 36ODx60long and the above numbers are right your last number is going to have to be really big. You give me the length width and height and I can get you spot on, on the size it should be. I am assuming it is a rectangular fireox. If it is round and the above size again you are really very small. It is not about how big of a fire you build, many people over fire their cookers, if the firebox is sized right then it is better to start out small and to keep it stabilized feed it regular and consistent. Bigger aint always better on a fire!!!!!!! The right intake, exhaust, and firebox is the key. No need to have to over fire a cooker