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  • stainless steel out door smoker

    Help Im in school and need a print for a smoker or grill. Im want to make it out of stainless steel. Does any one have any blur prints on how to make one?

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    stainless Steel Smoker

    Does any one have any prints on making a stainless steel smoker? I am in school and we have to make one but I don't have any prints can any one help me? I want one that is upright.

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    • #3
      No prints.
      Why not take a beer keg (stainless) and cut it the way you want to,, and create your smoker.
      Where I live, the deposit is like 15 bucks.
      Or used to be.

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      • #4
        beer keg idea

        I like that beer keg idea, might try it. I also would get the satifaction of emptying the keg for a purpose this time!

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        • #5
          I'm not sure what type of pit your wanting or how far your wanting to go. Here is a SS "smoker/grill" my bud built, actually he built 3, one for himself a two for his sons. Do not have any dimensions and since it is located in the country tis not accessable today, but will be going out there in a couple of wks. to hunt and could get some measurements if you like. I started on an old style keg, got as far as cutting in half but had other pressing projects, it would be classed as a pit, which I use for steaks and burgers. If you can find a SS 55 gal. drum, mine is a discarded Dr.Pepper drum, they make super grills.
          Or ya could fab up one similar to this tailgater I generated, 10" sch10 SS.
          Good luck
          L*S
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          Last edited by Leons2003; 12-11-2008, 08:16 AM.

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          • #6
            Since a smoker and a grill are 2 very different animals, and you don't really put any specifics on what you want, such as size, it's hard to make suggestions.


            check this out
            http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/for...splay.php?f=25

            there are a lot of homemade smokers there. Should give some good ideas to get started.

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            • #7
              Dang. If I didn't know better, I would almost accuse you of being at a UH tailgate party???

              Originally posted by Leons2003 View Post
              I'm not sure what type of pit your wanting or how far your wanting to go. Here is a SS "smoker/grill" my bud built, actually he built 3, one for himself a two for his sons. Do not have any dimensions and since it is located in the country tis not accessable today, but will be going out there in a couple of wks. to hunt and could get some measurements if you like. I started on an old style keg, got as far as cutting in half but had other pressing projects, it would be classed as a pit, which I use for steaks and burgers. If you can find a SS 55 gal. drum, mine is a discarded Dr.Pepper drum, they make super grills.
              Or ya could fab up one similar to this tailgater I generated, 10" sch10 SS.
              Good luck
              L*S

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              • #8
                smoker

                Thanks for all the ideas but we have to do one from start to the end i'm using 48x96 sheet of ss and it is 48x43. Im having a hard time with the insides. I have to TIG weld it

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