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Old 03-21-2005, 03:54 PM   #9
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The smoken pit is a silver smoker in disguise. Extend the chimney down to grate level with a soup can. Cut ends out and cut lengthwise insert into the chimeny and let it spring open.. bringh it down to the grate. If you want to go further, you can cut a hole out in the grate that will allow the extension slighlty beyond that.

There are pictures of my baffle in the gallery and aslo in the mods section. The baffle also is extended into a tuning plate(sort of). Airflow in the firebox on that model is ample if u have the grates turned in the right direction, but they fit both ways, so make sure your at the higher setting.

Also, some models have the chimney coming out of the endcap, not the top of the cooking chamber. The soupcan wont work on those, ya may have to improvise.
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