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    Default Trailer mounted BBQ smoker Project Pics included

    Last weekend got started on trailer for a new smoker. Saw the show on modern marvels about BBQ and wanted to make my own. Soon as the sun goes down and it is not 115 out gonna get the firebox and main chamber done tonight. Anyone else interested in building one or has already done one I would like any feedback.

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    Default NOCHEAPGAS perfect idea of what I want but square

    NOCHEAPGAS perfect idea of what I want but square
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    Quote Originally Posted by redman3638 View Post
    NOCHEAPGAS perfect idea of what I want but square
    Glad you found my project. There's an Excell worksheet floating around that calculates the smoke box and fire box sizes for you whether you are using a round or square configuration. You might try and Google it, I don't have it on my home computer. Keep us posted on your build.
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    Default New pics of what I got done today.

    New pics
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    Default more pics Saturday

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    That tank needs to be secured to the wall, or you may find yourself unable to finish your BBQ. Those things become unguided rockets if they get knocked over. Chain it to something.

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    Default More pics Monday night

    What I got done today
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    I see 2 boxes, both with a place for racks. Am I missing something....where's the firebox?
    Miller Syncrowave 200
    Homemade Water Cooler
    130XP MIG
    Spectrum 375
    60 year old Logan Lathe
    Select Machine and Tool Mill
    More stuff than I can keep track of..

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    Default Firebox

    Is on the bottom of the uprite chamber. I will get a better picture tonight.

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    Default More progress Saturday

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