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Unread 05-28-2010, 07:08 AM   #31
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Looks amazing! Wish i had the time & money & equipment to build like that!

I'm a little confused tho. I've never seen a design like this before- how do you get your coals in? I must be missing something somewhere.
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Unread 05-28-2010, 07:35 AM   #32
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That is very cool! Now I just need a shop and to learn how to weld
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Nice job, I still like the fact that you can put whole logs in the bottom of your fire box
Look forward to seeing some food pron!
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Inspiring! If you have exact designs, cab you please PM me. I'm a cook, but my brother can fabricate anything!

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Looks amazing! Wish i had the time & money & equipment to build like that!

I'm a little confused tho. I've never seen a design like this before- how do you get your coals in? I must be missing something somewhere.
It's a gravity feed, and a nice one at that. The right side is a coal chute that you fill and as the fuel burns it replenishes itself. Stumps style.

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Well how did it work? Hopefully the cook went as good as the build looks.
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It's a gravity feed, and a nice one at that. The right side is a coal chute that you fill and as the fuel burns it replenishes itself. Stumps style.
With all that coal piled up, how do you keep it all from burning at once? doesn't the fire just travel all the way up the chute? Also, if there was a door to that inside chamber, I missed it.
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With all that coal piled up, how do you keep it all from burning at once? doesn't the fire just travel all the way up the chute? Also, if there was a door to that inside chamber, I missed it.
I'm not an expert on Stumps, there is your disclaimer. I believe that the draft or convection keeps the fire in the box, as there is no O2 in the chute.

I may be and probably am wrong.
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Yes the stumps design is a gravity feed. The top of the chute is sealed so that the coal doesnt burn all the wayup. There is a valve in the lower ash box door that lets air in and is used to control the heat. A transfer tube runs from just above the grate to into the cooking cahmber. You can see it along the bottom. It is a very efficient design. I am using about a pound of coal per hour at 250-260 degrees.
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Man, that really turned out nice! How is it cooking for you?
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It cooks better than I expected. I'm really looking forward to putting it through it's paces and getting it really dialed in.
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That is one nice looking piece of cooking equipment you have constructed there. Nothing better than the feeling of cooking on something you designed and built from scratch.
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Yes the stumps design is a gravity feed. The top of the chute is sealed so that the coal doesnt burn all the wayup. There is a valve in the lower ash box door that lets air in and is used to control the heat. A transfer tube runs from just above the grate to into the cooking cahmber. You can see it along the bottom. It is a very efficient design. I am using about a pound of coal per hour at 250-260 degrees.
Gotcha! Makes sense now. Thanks for the info.
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Amazing job, congrats.
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