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Old 10-14-2016, 01:45 PM   #1
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Default My new RF build: "The Offender"

It's not quite done yet. I plan to paint it and put my team logo on the back (although it does look kind of cool in the rustic finish). I wanted to build something big enough to cook for a large group, maybe even a whole hog. However, I wasn't wanting to build a dedicated pull behind rig because I have a comp trailer I want to pull. So here it is, made from an old 275 gal. fuel oil tank. Three cooking racks totaling around 4000 sq.in. of cooking space. I can't imagine a bigger patio style still being mobile enough for one man to push around!

Here are pics from my first cook: 36 racks of spares for a buddy's party. She was full but it cooked well. I think I need to put dampers on the exhaust to hold some heat in...




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Old 10-14-2016, 02:12 PM   #2
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Very cool smoker, I would leave as is. gives it character
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Those are cool door handles!
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Those wheels next to the firebox don't get too hot?
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Old 10-14-2016, 05:32 PM   #6
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Nice size rig mate, looks like a beast
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The beast is beautiful as she sits.
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Those wheels next to the firebox don't get too hot?
I did put a small heat shield in between each tire and the firebox from some of the 1/8" scrap I had. The tires get pretty warm, but not so hot that I can't touch them bare handed. I wrapped the tires in foil for the cook just in case and it worked great. Tires were barely warm.
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