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  • #16
    Hey AGRI04, can you show some inside the fire box and pit pictures?....... as I reach for a pen and paper..........

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    • #17
      pit smoker

      hi agr104
      Nice looking cooker and matching trailer to boot and yes, I think I can smell the ribs here in Michigan I like mine nice and extra thick sauce please with a big cold one to wash it done with(bud-lite) or what is offered by the host(lol) I might be able to throw some cash for gas (if I rob my kids bank)

      Yes some other pics of the fire box and smoke box as well just to get an idea of how other guys do ther stuff. keep on welding the good stuff

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      • #18
        i built it from my head but if you need any info let me know, i will post some more pictures when i get home from work

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        • #19
          Looks excellent,
          what type of drum/barrel did you use?

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          • #20
            It was 24" pipe that was 3/8" wall. pretty heavy stuff. i had fun grinding on all of the seams.

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            • #21
              looking for pictures of inside of firebox. Cant find them yet, but i will take some more if i need them. here is some beef

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              • #22
                Great Setup!! I can smell that brisket here!

                This is one I made a few years ago from scraps. The tounge comes off so you don't bash your shin on it. It works really well for me.

                Jeff
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                • #23
                  Yikes!!! Now I know why they say things are bigger in Texas!!! We had regular trade winds this past weekend. I THOUGHT I smelled some BBQ!!!
                  Next time, try using some more tobasco! Smelled a little sweet for my taste!

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