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Re: Strated building a smoker Bar-B-que today

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Rickieblue

02-17-2013 13:54:57
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Rich..........I put a 2 drawer file cabinet next to my barbeque and run a 4" elbow from the top of the file cabinet into the side of the barbeque..I use an old cast iron pan in the top drawer, put my hickory into that, get it going with a propane torch and close the drawer..open the upper vents on the barbeque a little to help with the flow and it works great! Inside the file cabinet I put a baffle in the top front to keep the smoke from coming out at the top of the drawer..it has no choice but to go up into the barbeque............

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02-17-2013 14:16:28
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 Re: Strated building a smoker Bar-B-que today in reply to Rickieblue, 02-17-2013 13:54:57  
I plan to use some old 2 or 3 inch 1/4 inch thick pipe to go up into the top box. Not sure what I am going to use yet for the top box. Have a few old gas tanks from big rig gas burners that I may use but not sure if I can get the gas smell out of them or not. I do know I want to use something thicker then the run of the mill grills you buy in town. I hate having one last 5 year just to have to buy a new one again. Noticed yesterday when we grilled steaks on the grill the propane burner was not working as it should be so need to replace or fix that

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02-17-2013 15:07:57
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 Re: Strated building a smoker Bar-B-que today in reply to old, 02-17-2013 14:16:28  
You can get the gas smell out..no problem..build a fire in it...it will be fine!



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02-18-2013 08:50:44
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 Re: Strated building a smoker Bar-B-que today in reply to Rickieblue, 02-17-2013 15:07:57  
Burned some trash and brush last night with a 40 or so gal tank sitting in the fire so tank is now safe to cut in half to get to step 2



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