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Unread 02-03-2012, 07:44 PM   #76
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Looking good my man!

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Unread 02-03-2012, 07:50 PM   #77
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Awesome. Love the adjustable stack. Was thinking about doing something like that on mine. Now I have a idea to do it. How do you plan to seal in between the sleeve and chimney?
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Unread 02-03-2012, 07:55 PM   #78
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Awesome. Love the adjustable stack. Was thinking about doing something like that on mine. Now I have a idea to do it. How do you plan to seal in between the sleeve and chimney?
The inner pipe has been ground down with a taper. I have four bolts that will go through the truck stack pipe to hold it on. The control pipe inside the smoker will just slide up and down inside the pipe with the bolt with the t-wing on it. Should work out fine. I have some fire rope standing by if I need it but the stack pipe (chrome) should drop down far enough over the fixed section coming out of the top of the smoker not to be a problem. Wanted to be able to pull the entire rig into the shop or storage units without clipping the header on the door. I also want as much draw as I can generate by using a nice tall chimney.
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Awesome thread! I have been enjoying this immensely. Thanks so much.
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keep up the good work I have enjoyed the build
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This is turning out to be an epic build! How's the weather been down there this week? We've been near 40 almost everyday this week!
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Unread 02-03-2012, 08:42 PM   #82
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Same here. High 30s to low 40s.
We will be at Smokin in Steele, in Owatonna in June so stop by and check out the finished product. Have a cold one with us and visit.
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Unread 02-05-2012, 04:26 PM   #83
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Did a little more shopping today since I had run out of steel. The R&M folks made short work of all the cuts I needed done this morning.





Hopefully the last trip to the steel yard. Also picked up a load of stainless steel for the grill plates.



Coming into the home stretch. A little more welding and then its time for sandblasting and paint.
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nice build!
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nice build!

Thanks. Been having fun with it, but I am ready to test drive the smoker. The trailer has taken a lot of time to get it like we want it, but its also very modular so things can be changed if needed later on. Still have not worked on the warming box and we may hold off for a bit on it.

Question: How many folks have added sinks to their trailers? Is it really all that helpful? I am in a non catering situation but would like to some day so I may change out the one tool box for a sink and capture unit sometime in the future. Most of the regulations around here require a three sink combo. Other options I should be thinking about?

Send me links to your warming units guys. I need ideas on a combo warmer and grill.
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Still following your build. Thanks for posting
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Wanted to be able to pull the entire rig into the shop or storage units without clipping the header on the door.
Ya That was a issue I thought of the other day when I was looking at my trailer in the garage.
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You have been waiting all week for this......
















Yep, here we go again!







Mock up of the fender cut out on the plasma cutter.



Need to raise the fender up a bit so it aligns with the top of the rail of the trailer.
It turned out pretty good we think.



The reverse flow plate is installed and we have the tuning plate build for the end of the pit. In addition to the firebox inlet and exhaust stack plates, we should have a lot of control over the heat, smoke, etc.




Another view of the tuning plate and drain.

Getting close. Almost ready to fire things up and do a test burn.



The wood and large item storage box is finally done.
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http://youtu.be/hCTDW_lspvM

Cutting the team name out on the plasma table.
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Really quality work and design, man!
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