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Thread: stick burner

  1. #1
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    Default stick burner

    Here a smoker we built in the welding shop . Built out of scrape . The guy I give it to crazy over it use very little wood hold heat great . It even good for grilling

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    I'd be proud of a rig like that whether someone gave it to me or I had to buy it.

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    It look really good after we painted it. Hoping to get the one I making for myself done this week it will be on casters. A junk yard give us 5 of the cylinders they were air tanks on rail cars

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    Not a bad little rig there. Does it come with that taylor thermo?
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    Quote Originally Posted by welder View Post
    Here a smoker we built in the welding shop . Built out of scrape . The guy I give it to crazy over it use very little wood hold heat great . It even good for grilling
    If I didn't know better, I'd think that was an Oregon Scientific AW-131 thermometer in the foreground.

    Looks like you know your stuff.

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    no it a taylor

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    I have a Taylor and I love it. I just love my OS AW-131s better. If you get a chance, check out the OS link in the supporting vendors box. And no, they don't pay for the spot. It's only by invitation

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