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Unread 02-11-2012, 05:31 AM   #91
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Thanks for sharing your build.
I love seeing these threads and I'm always amazed with some of the thing that are built.
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Unread 02-11-2012, 10:25 AM   #92
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You are doing a really great job on this smoker!!!! I am enjoying watching it come to life! Thanks for sharing the great pictures.
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Unread 02-11-2012, 02:15 PM   #93
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Man O man......phenominal build thread!
I just now took the time to check it all out.....farkin awesome!!!


Any idea on your total costs at this point?

Can't wait to see more!
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Man O man......phenominal build thread!
I just now took the time to check it all out.....farkin awesome!!!

Any idea on your total costs at this point?

Can't wait to see more!
Thanks. Have not totalled it up yet but we are still very cheap considering all the upgrades we have made. Steel and Aluminum are not cheap these days though. Even when you are buying via the scrap yards.
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Unread 02-12-2012, 11:54 AM   #95
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All I can say is wow. That is farking awesome. I am going to do my frist comp in may then follow it up with smokin in steele, I hope to shake the hand of the guy who put this beauty together. I have been a welder and fabricator for a long time and I sure enjoy nice work. Good job brother!
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Awesome build love the hot rot inspiration, tuning in
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All I can say is wow. That is farking awesome. I am going to do my frist comp in may then follow it up with smokin in steele, I hope to shake the hand of the guy who put this beauty together. I have been a welder and fabricator for a long time and I sure enjoy nice work. Good job brother!

Thanks. Had A lot of help along the way from a bunch of equally talented friends too. We will be at Faribault and then Owatonna so stop by for a cold one and pull up a chair. Look for the smoker and our RV. We call it the "Miami Spice Machine. because of its outstanding stripe job that it came with. ;>
Its very comfortable and paid for, both are things we really like about it these days.
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Unread 02-20-2012, 01:36 PM   #98
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Its been a little while since our last update. Wrapping up the firebox mods, so that we can slide a minion box in or the standard fire pit grate in when we are using lump charcoal and or wood. Got the grate cut out this weekend. The trailer has been torn back down part of the way and we are getting it ready to send to the sandblaster. Pics coming up.

Here is the paint we are going to use. Its supposed to be the same paint that you see used on the Jambo Pits.

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More work on the lighted fenders. Decided to switch away from the led setup and go back to the standard bulbs. Needed a bit more light inside the fender to make it more uniform.




Got the grate roughed out. This is a section of floor grate that you would find over an opening in the concrete on a city sidewalk. Sectioned a piece out of an unused piece. Nice and thick cross bars. Adding a couple braces to the sides to help keep it flat. Also going to cut the sides so it will sit down in the lower portion of the firebox which has a deep V in it for ash collection.




Another shot of the rear portion of the fenders. Dropped the tail lights into the fender to help keep them from getting punched out if we back up into something. When could that ever happen right?





The first of the two temp gauge rings are done. Will have one for the top rails and one for the lower main rails. Overkill but what the heck. I had two temp gauges. In the words of Bill Cosby when he was talking about buying a Shelby Cobra. "Its got dual everything."

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Unread 02-21-2012, 09:46 AM   #100
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Quit messin around and get it done already. Yer killin me
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It is looking farking awesome! The fine details will set it apart! Keep at it, you are doing an awesome job!
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Still loving this - that's a monster you got going there!
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Nice build man! I really LIKE it ALOT!!!
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Just found this thread and I am enjoying watching this awesome smoker come together. Great looking work Triple T!
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Unread 02-21-2012, 07:00 PM   #105
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Hehehe. Working on it my friend.
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