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Unread 01-11-2007, 08:54 AM   #61
thirdeye
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Originally Posted by Norcoredneck
Only during their allocated play period, or unless the family has some school project due tomorrow/emergency situation. I'm sure you have all been there. If you are curious and not bored go to photobucket.com and search "norcoredneck" and check out the electric smoker I made for work. Worked out great, real hit at work since no fire is allowed.
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That is a cool idea...is there a door to replenish the wood chips?

Was looking at your welding post, on thin gage material like that cleaning off all the paint around the joint will really help out. Sometimes on bushings similar to those I will try some 309L filler (stainless). You won't have any problem tying into the drum, so you can concentrate on fusing to the bushing.
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