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BBQ smoker trailer

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  • BBQ smoker trailer

    ive got a old seadoo trailer laying around the shop and i had the idea to mix BBQ and fabrication

    my question is has anyone done something like this before all ive got to work with is a millermatic 200 and 1/8 plate so anyone got ideas or plans that have done this before

  • #2
    Here is a link to a really great build over at Smoking Meat Forums.

    I have so many things going right now my wife may make me sleep outside if I start anything else, but I would love to start a new insulated smoker. When I get to start it I think I will use 11 ga with an airspace of about 1.5 inch's.

    Good luck and keep us posted when ever you start on it.



    • #3
      i have started on it just i want to get my smoker dimensions right before i cut my heavy gauge steel i have the trailer welded and the firebox done ready to mount


      • #4
        I just finished one. If you hurry you still have a chance to win it. It will have a new owner next Saturday morning :


        • #5
          thats a sweet smoker ive never seen anyone put a grill on top of the firebox before but i already made the box for my gas grill on one side an a smoker on the other side


          • #6
            heres an update my MM vintage broke so just got around to fixing it
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