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Unread 08-05-2010, 01:34 AM   #1
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Unread 08-05-2010, 02:05 AM   #2
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Looking nice bredrin! I was just wondering what was up with this build... I'm diggin the "camo" look. Did the doors stop the exhaust from going straight up or was that a design decision? And I see you counter weighted that farker of a door! You mounting anything else on your trailer?

It's coming along awesome bro...

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Unread 08-05-2010, 02:21 AM   #3
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I wanted the stacks like that to try and keep heat from going straight up and out.

Tongue is a little, actual a lot light. When funds rebuild i would like a Santa Maria grill that is on rollers where it stowes during transit and rolls out for use. Propane tank, double burner, ash can for sure.
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Looking sweet Pat!
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That is a Beast!!!! Looking forward to seeing
Smoke coming out of it....
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Looks good to me. A lot of welding. I really like those channels feeding the smoke into the main tank. Good idea there.
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Nice work, I wish I could do that kind of work.
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With the heat and smoke entering at the back of the smoke chamber and leaving at the back, do you have any concerns about it not reaching the front? Maybe a diffuser to push the heat to the front?

Other than that, looking pretty slick.
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Very nice job

Is counter weight solid ?
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Awesome pit! Very creative
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Beautiful so far Pat! Curious - any reason behind the square tubing as opposed to cylindrical? I know the air-flow properties would be different somehow, but does it make a difference? Besides just looking cool, I mean ;)
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With the heat and smoke entering at the back of the smoke chamber and leaving at the back, do you have any concerns about it not reaching the front? Maybe a diffuser to push the heat to the front?

Tubes go to front inside.


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Beautiful so far Pat! Curious - any reason behind the square tubing as opposed to cylindrical? I know the air-flow properties would be different somehow, but does it make a difference? Besides just looking cool, I mean ;)
guy supplying tubing. He has quite a bit of it.
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Nice progress, buddy!
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Lookin good brudder!

I'm hoping those 2 intakes will be enough heat for that monster.
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Lookin good brudder!

I'm hoping those 2 intakes will be enough heat for that monster.
Kinda what I was thinking too.

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