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  1. #1
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    Default Any of you OK folks seen this one?

    This looks to be a well made, well designed smoker.

    anybody here seen it in person?

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    Nice looking pit but I don't get the open end design.
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  3. #3
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    I think Smokin turkey did one of his that way. I can't remember what the reason was. Maybe he'll weigh in on it.

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    The only advantage that I could possibly figure would be to load and remove a whole hog easier but the wood box is in the way on this one.
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    It looks kinda small for the price, no???
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    Quote Originally Posted by BluDawg View Post
    The only advantage that I could possibly figure would be to load and remove a whole hog easier but the wood box is in the way on this one.
    Agree with you on that point. Lot easier to load one as well., especially if it has bearings on the rack.
    22 inch weber
    20 cubic foot homebuilt smoker
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    If it burns, I can cook with it.

  7. #7
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    Wheel and fender make the door closest to the fire box hard to access. Doors are kinda small. Without the end door, you couldn't remove the rack for cleaning.
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  8. #8
    SmokyOkie Guest

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butt Lover's View Post
    It looks kinda small for the price, no???
    I th8ink that would depend on how well designed and built it is. I think you'd prolly have a tough time finding a decent trailer mounted stickburner for under $200 though.

    Quote Originally Posted by cabinetmaker View Post
    Wheel and fender make the door closest to the fire box hard to access. Doors are kinda small. Without the end door, you couldn't remove the rack for cleaning.
    Aha, I think you nailed it. He prolly built it and then realized there wasn't any way to get the rack into it.

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