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Unread 01-20-2012, 06:13 PM   #1
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I stopped by the steel yard today for my first order.





I asked for 42"x20"x1/4" pipe. When I got it home, I put a mic on it and it is actually 3/8" thick. Score! I will take back the 1/4" plate for the firebox and get some 3/8". Can't wait to get to cutting and welding!
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Another build thread to watch! Love it
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Nice, dang I wish I could weld!
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Coolness! Can't wait for more
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Awesome!!! RF is the way to go IMO..look forward to pix along the way!!!!!!
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What is the diameter of your pipe /tank
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What is the diameter of your pipe /tank
20". It is reclaimed Natural Gas Pipe.
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For those looking for a good deal on weld-on hinges, here is a good site:

http://www.hardwaresource.com/hinges...y%2C+Tight+Pin
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20" is awfully small, especially for a RF.

1/4" is fine for the firebox.
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Bubba could be right 20 " isn't very big
think I would do some type of direct heat. But then again it your smoker and do what you like
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20" is awfully small, especially for a RF.

1/4" is fine for the firebox.
Not really. The Lang 36" Patio RF is 21.5" in diameter. I am only cooking for family and friends, so 20"x42" is a perfect size for me.
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Well, now u guys have me questioningy plan. Is the 20" pipe really not big enough?
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I'm just sayin thats a LOT of work your going to put into hand building a smoker to end up with such a small unit.

24" minimum if you want a second shelf.
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