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Unread 11-16-2013, 10:15 AM   #46
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Be back soon with some pics and details of the build and such. We got it here safely.
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Awesome keep us posted.
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Unread 11-16-2013, 03:54 PM   #50
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Here are a few pics to keep you entertained while I play...









































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Looking real nice, Chris!!!!! What is the solid plate for in the vertical?
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Water/drip pan or deflector depending on how I use it. Can be placed in any of the rack slots to block a piece of meat or at the bottom to catch drippings. Of course can be removed as well.

Or are you looking at something else?
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How much flow area do you have around it?
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How much flow area do you have around it?
Just enough (about 1/4" all around). I actually have it in place for my test burn (in the top slot), and I am still drafting OK. Currently running 262 at the top and 295 at the bottom of the vertical. You don't want to know what I am running in the main. OK, I'll just say I wasn't expecting it to heat up this far on just friggin' charcoal in the charcoal box. I am at 457 on the left and 543 on the right. I have all of my tuning plates in place (one large on to the right, then two mediums in the middle and 3 small ones to the left), but the are spaced evenly between.
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How much charcoal? Running it WFO?
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About 3/4 of a bag of KBB running WFO. Didn't even pre-light it. I just lit a Weber starter cube in the pile. This thing holds heat like a mother. Not even a hint of a leak. I think the insulating plate in the firebox is helping with the temps too. It might have even ran hotter if I closed the two bottom dampers on the firebox since they are actually back drafting a little.
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Beautiful pit. Dang that thing is huge. <--- just in case anyone is thinking of anyth g was talking about the smoker.
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Holy chit, that is an Awsome heavy metal cooker and i mean Awsome with a cap "A"! You and AJ should be very proud of the design and the execution. If you get a chance I would be interested in what kind of paint he used?

Edit: PS: it looks like that poor little Weber is a little bent out of shape
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Water/drip pan or deflector depending on how I use it. Can be placed in any of the rack slots to block a piece of meat or at the bottom to catch drippings. Of course can be removed as well.

Or are you looking at something else?
It looks like a nice charcoal tray too if you want...

I lost count of the "Wow's" while I was looking at the pictures...
Beauty and the Beast...

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