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Unread 10-30-2010, 04:52 PM   #7096
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I tried the weed burner and ended up giving up and doing it the old fashion way. Flap disk worked the best for me.

Made a little progress but it was pretty slow, lot of fitting and welding. I'm making everything for this and all of the material was scrap. So I splurged and bought a tel tru 5'' glow in the dark thermometer. I think I can see this one from the house. Keep me from running out there every 5 minnutes.



Going to see if I can scrounge something up for shelfing material.
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Unread 10-30-2010, 04:53 PM   #7097
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I'm in process of building my first two drums ... Pics to follow ... Having trouble finding an ash pan please help want to fire them up this weekend but would like to have ash pan first
Picked up a cheap grill kit at Menards (I think it was $7.99) and looks like it will do good for an ash tray. This is my first smoker too. Things have slowed down after the trip to the Dr. yesterday after the "grinder incident".

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Unread 10-30-2010, 05:34 PM   #7098
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Chicken Wings... I've seen a few post about doing wings on the UDS. I'm thinking about doing some tomorrow for a Halloween gathering. Question is how long do I need to anticipate cooking them?

Plan is to smoke them, then finish them off on the grill w/ some special sauces....
I've only done them once but they turned out excellent IMO if you want somthigng different than hot wings. I dDid 10 lbs. of them at one time, two shelves on the BUFORD UDS.

I browned them slightly on the gas grill first then transferred them to the UDS. In the smoker at 300 degrees for abot 1 1/2 hours depending on how meaty your wings are.

Doctored up some Dave's Devils Spit sauce....mmmmm.
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Things have slowed down after the trip to the Dr. yesterday after the "grinder incident".
I hope you still have all your digits! How many stitches and what got abused?
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Unread 10-30-2010, 06:41 PM   #7100
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I hope you still have all your digits! How many stitches and what got abused?
LOL...all appendages are still in tact, I caught my index finger from the middle knuckle up to almost the nail with a cut-off, missed the tendons so I got out of there with just 4 Steri-strips, no stitches. (Thanks for asking)

From one amateur to all other amateurs out there remember...keep it safe!
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Unread 10-31-2010, 02:23 PM   #7101
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Very nice consecrow!

Just got mine to point of being ready to season the inside too. After we get back from taking the kids out trick-or-treating, I think I am going to fire it up and season it.

Look forward to more of your videos!
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Very nice consecrow!

Just got mine to point of being ready to season the inside too. After we get back from taking the kids out trick-or-treating, I think I am going to fire it up and season it.

Look forward to more of your videos!
Make some pig candy for the trick or treaters. Drippings will only add to the seasoning.
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[QUOTE=consecrow;1445792]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z73bBMvoFEY

here is my first two drum smokers

Nice build, they should work great for you !!
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Picked up a cheap grill kit at Menards (I think it was $7.99) and looks like it will do good for an ash tray. This is my first smoker too. Things have slowed down after the trip to the Dr. yesterday after the "grinder incident".

I used one of these too and picked up a spare to ship to a buddy in MD.
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Picked up a cheap grill kit at Menards (I think it was $7.99) and looks like it will do good for an ash tray. This is my first smoker too. Things have slowed down after the trip to the Dr. yesterday after the "grinder incident".

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I used one of these too and picked up a spare to ship to a buddy in MD.
Me too. I bought 4 of them, they rang up at $4.99 each and there was a $4.00 rebate on each one. Not bad for $0.99 each and they come with a small bag of charcoal.
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Me too. I bought 4 of them, they rang up at $4.99 each and there was a $4.00 rebate on each one. Not bad for $0.99 each and they come with a small bag of charcoal.
Wow! Can't beat that!
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Me too. I bought 4 of them, they rang up at $4.99 each and there was a $4.00 rebate on each one. Not bad for $0.99 each and they come with a small bag of charcoal.
is this only at menards?
too bad - i don't think we have one of those in Houston
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