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Unread 02-25-2013, 07:23 PM   #1
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Default 24"x52" reverse flow smoker with squared off doors by TQ and Tyler

Being doors can pose a problem we decided to go with a different style door on our current cooker. I intend to take you thru this build completly and will post more pics tomorrow. The firebox will have a warmer on it also

Ends are on getting ready to cut cook chamber opening





cooker is standing verticle, I did this so I could make a continuous weld down hill on the baffle plate







As I was moving along the door system really grew on me, I love it, it gives you more room in my opnion mover room === MO meat!!!!!!!!














Someone started a thread yesterday wanting to see this style door I just so happened to be starting one today.

More to come tomorrow!!!!!!!


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Unread 02-25-2013, 07:29 PM   #2
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Ya'll just plain arse know metal, killer!!
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Unread 02-25-2013, 07:37 PM   #3
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bluetang we are guilty of trying hard anyway. I missed Tyler today he was loaned out to a contrator man I misss him when he is gone. Daddy had to bo up today!!!!!! Maybe rhat is whyt I am soooo sore
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Unread 02-26-2013, 07:03 PM   #4
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Did some more today to the cooker, closing in on it now





The brace on the firbox does not stay it is there to keep the thing from drawing when welded















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Looking good Paul.
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I like it.
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I love the set up well done
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I kinda,sorta,might like that idea!!! AWESOME!!!
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Thats some mad metal skills you got there. Looking good
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Great fab skills & a neat design. I'm stayin tuned!
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Thanks for all of the nice compliments, it amazes me how much more room you have with this style setup. I can guarantee it is going to perform well!!!! The owner is going to be happy, I will be posting more pics tomorrow evening
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Looking good!
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nice.......are you going to add a box on the end for the stack or come out the top?
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nice.......are you going to add a box on the end for the stack or come out the top?
Prolly will come out of top undecided at this point
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Another quality build, I like it. Just curious, do you happen to have a portable bandsaw I could borrow?

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