Originally Posted by CtTradArcher
Thanks for the replies! Seems reverse flow is pretty popular. I had considered RF, but figured less material, cost, and weight with a standard offset. Plus I have heard RF's can be fuel hogs, but I admittedly do not have personal experience.
Is it necessary to weld in the RF plate or can it just be set in so it can be removed for cleaning the pit?
My reverse flow I built out of a 250 gallon propane tank only needs one split per hour. I think that is pretty efficient.
2- 22.5 WSM , 150 Gallon Offset , 250 Gallon Reverse Flow