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  • Dual Smoker on Tandem Trailer Build

    Guys, I am new to the site but thought I'd break in with a thread on my latest project. It is a tandem torsion axle trailer with dual sided smoker.

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    Trying to figure out the pic thing.
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    Last edited by BlitzWelding; 01-24-2017, 10:51 PM. Reason: Picture posting issues

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      Above are pics from both sides.
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        Customer asked that exhaust be able to fold so he could store it under his shed. I also added the piece of plate seen in the pic to keep critters out when not in use.

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          Both exhaust stacks stowed for travel or storage.

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            Shot of the cooler rack. Top rail is round for easy tie down.

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              Wood rack and spare tire rack (lockable).

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                Both sides have stationary lower racks (removable for cleaning) and slide out upper sausage and chicken racks (also removable).

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                  Firebox doors. The fireboxes are a full propane tank cut in half. They are then lined with a 24" casing 1/2" wall thickness for insulation.

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                    Both fireboxes have charcoal baskets in case the cook doesn't want to finish with wood. They are also handy for pre-warming the pit and will burn all night long.

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                      Side profile of fender set

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                        Shot of 1/2" thick liners for fireboxes.

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                          Early on tank fit up and weld.

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                            Lifting the welded up bodies onto the trailer.

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                              Had to try it out before the new owner took delivery.

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