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Unread 06-25-2013, 02:10 PM   #16
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Wow that looks cool! What part of Az you in?
Arrowhead Ranch, NW Glendale
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It's cool!!
Thanks for sharing.
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Cool. With that cone on the top and attached fins it kind of has a "Rocket Man" theme!
My initial reaction was a little less pedestrian and a little more gutteral...(Misspell intended)
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May have to hit you up for some help!
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Making a little progress:


Installed 3 valve extenders;




One of two removable side tables;




Breaker box for the Maverick transmitter, conduits for probes;




Front drop door and preliminary cone set;

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That's Bad A$$
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Totally punked it!
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That is way cool. I love seeing builds like this. Very well thought out
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Worked on the second side table. I had a few water meter caps to use. Was going to use them as my exhaust stacks but they were just too small diameter and too heavy for the top.

So, I ground them out a little bit and made beverage and dispenser holders;



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Keep um coming I can't wait to see this bad boy done!
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What are the holes just below the top ridge for? Do they stay open?

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Keep um coming I can't wait to see this bad boy done!
In the home stretch now. Have to fabricate the cone top, throw on some paint, assemble with brass and square head bolts, and it'll be ready for smokin!!

getting a little warm in the garage the last couple days



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What are the holes just below the top ridge for? Do they stay open?

That's a picture without the threaded nipple welded in on both sides.

it's for my Rib-O-Lator and rotisserie for chicken, etc.

I have threaded caps for them when not in use.




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Man, this is going to be very cool, great design work and vision sir.
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