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Unread 06-14-2013, 08:33 AM   #1
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Default Update "Photos" of 60 gallon offset build (now painted)

I finished up painting my smoker build with 1200 degree high heat paint, Thought I would share the photos with all my Brethren colleagues.0608031635.jpg

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Unread 06-14-2013, 08:56 AM   #2
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Very nice work. Looks great
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Very nice!
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That is a nice little backyard/ portable rig that lil red headed ECB in the background is looking shunned.
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Nice smoker. Should last forever.
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Looking very nice!
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Looks like she turned out awesome
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That is a nice little backyard/ portable rig that lil red headed ECB in the background is looking shunned.
You're right there! Haven't used that thing in a while. I never was able to get consistent temps with long burns on that POS. I should have everything I need on the new build. Thanks for looking and the kind words.
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Nice lookin smoker! Might wanna open that intake up a little according to that last pic, she looks like she is running a little dirty.
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great job!!! looks like it will be easy to move with the trailer and I'm sure there will be some GREAT Q coming off that smoker for years to come!!
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Nice lookin smoker! Might wanna open that intake up a little according to that last pic, she looks like she is running a little dirty.
Intake is about halfway open at that point. I was just getting it preheated and figured I would grab the camera since it seems to take about 45 minutes to reach 225-250. I think there was also a wind shift just when I snapped the photo. Thanks for the advice, I am still trying to fine tune this thing as I go.
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Nice looking rig. How does she hold temps?
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Nice looking rig. How does she hold temps?
It holds temps really well. All material used is 1/4 thick so once it reaches 250 I am able to easily regulate down to 225 up to 350 (with a good size bed of coals) by adjusting the intake damper. The first time I fired it up, I was hoping I wouldn't have to modify the present design. I used an online BBQ pit calculator to establish measurements of firebox, intake and exhaust. Here is an updated link to my photobucket build thread, Check it out if you get a chance.
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Nicely done!
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Love the build pics on photobucket
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