Originally Posted by Outboard Racer
If I did mine with the shelve rack I would see about using bolts or something cut down to fit in the slots not sure yet. Of course it helps that I can have items made at work in our shop.
For adding coal or water if needed I cut a door on the side and bought the brinkman small latch door. Big mistake as I dont need it. Something I didnt think out to well as I have yet to add coals or use the water pan. But its there if I ever need or want but I wont and can add to each with ease.
Just about home from the last 2 weeks of racing and I will be contacting smokerking on a couple diffsuer plates though.
The closet rack guides have pre-drilled and countersunk holes in the rack guides. If you decide to use them, you may have to cut them down, maybe not, depending upon the length you get. Make sure each of the three guides have the same starting point and the slots are at the same spot on each rack or your brackets and grates won't be level.