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Unread 02-28-2013, 07:30 PM   #121
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Originally Posted by Rockin W BBQ View Post
I built this & for a brand we are just calling it "Rockin W", I finished it last summer getting the paint on @ 6am on the day of our state championship cookoff. After cooking 10 times and 2 comps I have made a few adjustments to fine tune it now cooks great with no issues. The last 2 cooks were last week with one @ -38 & last weekends comp @ -18 degrees it will keep even temps all day. I have had a few cooks in the rain with the pit only dropping 5 degrees. I think it is only lacking a proper paint job that I hope to get to in the next few weeks if I don't go out of state for work. It is a standard insulated offset based on a nascar pit cart even using the same steering components. Of course it rolls easy with one person as long as you are on a flat hard surface thanks to the 12" golf cart wheels with low profile tires. Also added a tow bar to attach it to the 4 wheeler to make it easier to load into the enclosed trailer by myself. I did not want to worry about cooking space so I built it with 2450 sq in of cooking surface & a 30"x30" oven. The doors under the cooking chamber are just storage for my wood & tow bar. Last weekend I let everyone at the cookoff know it is for sale, if it sales I will build another one. This would make a great catering pit for someone. By the way did I mention it makes perfect pizzas in the oven!
Just down right BAD A$$, dude this is the sweetest pit I have seen in sometime. I am in the market for a smoker and the 2 tops on my list is a R&O Smoker and a Jambo... Dude this sweet if you were closer I would have to see one and add this on my list!!!!
Just Dayum sweet indeed!!!!
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Unread 03-07-2013, 12:10 PM   #122
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Thanks Guys! My computer went to the shop and with my new fab shop job I have been crazy busy. I will start my build on a 250 Gal once I can get the other projects out of the shop.
Hot water system,
propane burners.secured tank storage
light system on mine.
custom trailer
Aluminum Boxes

The fab shop wants to stick it out in-front of the shop and use it as advertisement once its going to promote business also. The owner is going to do all the welding for free, so all I have to do is buy material.
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