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  1. #1
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    Default Smoker

    Here is some pictures of a smoker I built between projects. I built it out of 16" pipe.
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    The Smoker looks nice Finney. Its gonna be a little big on the back of your truck . Paint job on your bed looks good too. Are you still getting the Pipe Pro.
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    that thing looks pretty nice. is it a cooker too or just smoker? our smoker is a 10x10' garden shed with a 2x3' firepit, 2 feet deep. Ten again, when we smoke our meat, theres usually 200 lbs of summer sausage, 100 lbs of polish sausage and usually between 50-75 lbs of bratwurst.

    again though, looks good

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    welderdude402,
    Around here we call them smokers, you cook with indirect heat.

    Rig Hand,
    I a trying out a Pro300 next week to compare it to the Vantage 300. PipePro is to high. Son #1 has just got a SA250D, supposed to bring it in in a couple of weeks. If it runs good we might chop it down and put it on the old truck.

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    [QUOTE=Finney;191147]welderdude402,
    Around here we call them smokers, you cook with indirect heat.QUOTE]

    I was just using your terminology. We just call ours a smoke house

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    O'l Trusty Jackson

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    loos good and simple

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    Yeah, I also have a Vantage and I was wondering what you thought of the Miller Pro. I don't like my Vantage as much as my SA-200 but the 200 won't stay running long enough to take to the field. You'll have to let me know what you think of the Pro.
    '08 F-350
    Vantage 400
    SA-250
    SA-200
    Invertec V350Pro
    Invertec V205T-AC/DC

    Miller 12VS suitcase
    Miller spectrum 2050

    Pipe beveler's
    Track torch

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    Rig Hand,
    I have run the PipePro a lot. It will run a bead better than anything I have ever run, but it will not stack iron on fillers & cap like the Vantage or SA series. It is the price that is against the PipePro. The Vantage is a compormise between the PipePro and a SA.

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    Nice looking smoker, whats for dinner?

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    Default cool

    Now throw a pork loin in there and call me when its ready. I'll even bring my own beer

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