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  1. #21
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    Just a quick update....
    Working on the RF plate for the inside...have to do it in 2 pieces as my door opening limits the length I can fit inside.


    Here is a shot of the latest...I have the exhaust just sitting in there, still need to adapt it down to a 4" hole from a 5" hole...


    Me and my helper...


    I've decided to trailer this one as the weight will be close to 1000 lbs once it's all said and done.
    Just need to find a trailer, cheap.
    Next week will be stack installation and food rack fabrication.
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    Weber 26.75 OTG,Weber 22.5 Blue Performer, Weber 22.5 OTG with Weber Rotisserie, UDS, 18.5 " WSM,Weber Jumbo Joe

    John

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    Shaping up quite nicely Brian, but I think another color might look better.

    Are you sure you only want a 4" stack?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post
    Shaping up quite nicely Brian, but I think another color might look better.

    Are you sure you only want a 4" stack?
    I've looked at the Langs and the ones I've seen have 4" stacks, if it doesn't draw enough for me, I'll switch it to a larger stack diameter.
    I have a lot of finish welding to do on it and then smooth everything out for paint....gonna go flat black with it.
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    I didn't realize you were trying to copy a Lang.

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    Looking very nice Brian! Look forward to seeing it sometime.

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    Looks like she's coming along quite nicely Brian. Can't go wrong when ya got a good assistant.

    Keep us posted man.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post
    I didn't realize you were trying to copy a Lang.
    I'm not but if it works for them, why change it.
    It's going to be similar to a Lang, Gator and insulated firebox similar to a Jambo....
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    Personally, I would like the Langs better with a little higher airflow capacity just based on my experience cooking on them.

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    There is a point to think about Brian. With a larger exhaust up front you can always damper it back if needed. Much easier than cutting out the smaller stack and welding in a new one.

    I bet she'll work pretty slick either way though.
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