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Unread 01-28-2012, 04:34 PM   #16
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I would be using indirect heat from the center and placing the meat on the ends. I would also be using only logs for my heat source. Starting them in my patio fire place then transfering them as needed...

and them moving the heat source as needed...


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If you'd like to build a test model first I could make space in my backyard for that.

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thats a long ways from Arkansas for a test model...!!!;-)
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Is LoUiSiAna close enough?

LoUiSiAna is closer but just a little out of my range...! but thanks for the offer both of you...
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Unread 01-29-2012, 01:27 PM   #17
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Spent 6 hours yesterday mocking up a little, check that, big pit project for myself. I used quite a few of your ideas Razr. I really digg that counter weight idea. Now I just have to convince wifey to let me use a sizable portion of our tiny backyard. Or I could just do it while she's away...
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Spent 6 hours yesterday mocking up a little, check that, big pit project for myself. I used quite a few of your ideas Razr. I really digg that counter weight idea. Now I just have to convince wifey to let me use a sizable portion of our tiny backyard. Or I could just do it while she's away...
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