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  • #31
    Bullet280 thats a awesome Smoker! GREAT JOB!
    Miller Pipepro 304
    Miller Bluestar 2E
    Miller Syncrowave 250
    Lincoln HD 175
    Victor Jr. torch
    Purox angle head torch
    Smith torch
    Atlas Lathe
    Bridgeport mill

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    • #32
      Here is my Junk.....Isn't very pretty, but cooks like a champ. I even set it up as a propane grill too.
      Attached Files
      1Y Iron
      Millermatic 210
      Millermatic 135
      Miller Blue Star 145
      Dynasty 200DX
      Spectrum 375
      Scotchman Porta-Fab 45

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      • #33
        hi there, kudo's on Learning to weld as a "seasoned" person. I have a stainless pit on the back of my rig that I fabbed out of a piece of 8" stainless. It is one piece of pipe made with "bullplugged" ends. any welders bible will have the correct way to lay out and weld up this particular procedure. You will need one and a half times the length of pipe you desire for the size of the pit as the half length will provide the pieces for the "plugs". other than the desired size pie all you will need is some hinge material and some bar grating to hold coals and provide a cooking surface above that. also some smaller dia pipe for an exhuast stack, maybe an ash tray under and some thing to cover the stack and regulate draft through the chimney. If you want to send me your mail addy I'll try to download some pics and send to you of a 12" stainless one I've built.(same principal, different size pipe).
        Donnie

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        • #34
          Rig BBQ Pit

          Here's a picture or two of my Barbque.. Take your time and make it count, and by all means remember..! Your not done until your say it is.
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          • #35
            Originally posted by 1428turbo View Post
            Bullet280 thats a awesome Smoker! GREAT JOB!

            Thanks turbo.....I really had fun building it! Getting ready to start another one for a freind.

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            • #36
              Here's one I built last year out of old propane tanks.

              Just because you have one, doesn't mean you have to act like one.

              Miller 212
              Hobart 135
              Miller 375 X-treme
              Really antique Sears Arc N Spark
              O/A Torch Setup

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              • #37
                Fyi . . .

                Just wanted to let everyone know, I have received some info and pictures from people on this site as well as others . . . If anyone has anything to add, I would sure appreciate it . . .

                I will compile everything I have and make it available to anyone wanting to build "The smallest, hardest working grill every conceived . . .

                The pipeliner's BBQ was the "calling card" of a rig welder . . .

                Thanks in advance,
                Steve
                Millermatic 251
                Lincoln AC/DC "Tombstone"
                Milwaulkee Grinder 4 1/2"
                Clark Grinder 4 1/2"

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                • #38
                  Never too old

                  I've been welding and fabricating for over 25yrs. Guess what? I just got my dream toy. A Fender Stratocaster. I CAN NOT play, but I'm **** SURE gonna try. You are never too old till you'r dead. Keep practicing!
                  MM-251,30Agun,SD180,TB302,Spectrum625

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