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  Topic: Reverse Flow Cooker w/pics (Cooker Cover Question)
Smoked Up

Replies: 88
Views: 28892

PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Sun Jul 03 11 12:55 am   Subject: Reverse Flow Cooker w/pics (Cooker Cover Question)
Smoked Up; Thanks, I used 1 12in X 1 1/2in X 26in square tubing. If you want or need heavier capacity then 2in X 2in square tubing will work as well. Unless you are changing all of the hardware (U-b ...
  Topic: Reverse Flow Cooker w/pics (Cooker Cover Question)
Smoked Up

Replies: 88
Views: 28892

PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Sat Jul 02 11 10:18 am   Subject: Reverse Flow Cooker w/pics (Cooker Cover Question)
Great looking job.

If you're like me, building the first one is a struggle, and you are on a learning curve. After that, you feel like you can build one of these things in your sleep.

I have a ...
  Topic: Brisket leather, anyone?
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Replies: 24
Views: 19764

PostForum: Beef Recipes   Posted: Wed Feb 02 11 7:58 pm   Subject: Brisket leather, anyone?
it's important to let it rest at least an hour before you cut into it.

Not it isn't...but that is only my opinion.l

Yes, and my opinion is that it is important...that's why I typed it. Wink
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  Topic: CUTTING A PROPANE TANK?
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Replies: 39
Views: 45242

PostForum: Welding   Posted: Fri Jan 28 11 9:37 pm   Subject: CUTTING A PROPANE TANK?
But I will also stress if you are in doubt do not cut it yourself, have someone that is confident in what they are doing cut it open for you.
It is not for the faint of heart. I have cut several op ...
  Topic: Interior pics of Lang and/or DPP???
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Replies: 13
Views: 7346

PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Sat Dec 25 10 11:32 pm   Subject: Interior pics of Lang and/or DPP???
Alex, what I'm looking for is a picture of how it's designed below the grates. A view of the bottom of the inside taken from above the grate. Got any of that area of the DP?

I don't have any pictur ...
  Topic: A Good Problem to have...I Guess
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Replies: 41
Views: 6500

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Mon Dec 13 10 11:12 am   Subject: A Good Problem to have...I Guess
Everyone pretty much has the suggestions I would have added, but, if you ever want to have it posted electronically I can put it on my upcoming NEW web site in PDF format.

Charlie

I would sure l ...
  Topic: the Disco is ready for shipping !!!!!!!!!!!
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Replies: 100
Views: 38842

PostForum: Discada Cooking   Posted: Mon Dec 13 10 11:05 am   Subject: the Disco is ready for shipping !!!!!!!!!!!
I can't quite figure it out. How do you cook on it?
  Topic: bark tastes like acid
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Replies: 29
Views: 8168

PostForum: Smoked Foods   Posted: Sun Dec 05 10 12:25 am   Subject: bark tastes like acid
Is the exhaust vent opened all the way?

I had the same exact problem. I had the flue closed to regulate the heat. The skin of the chicken was like licking a telephone pole.

Since I have switch ...
  Topic: Question about Turkey
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Replies: 30
Views: 67683

PostForum: Chicken Recipes   Posted: Thu Nov 25 10 1:27 am   Subject: Question about Turkey
You will have to excuse my northern ignorance, but whats up with deep frying turkey. I have heard a lot about this, I can see smoking, but why fry it..?

Don't let this yankee in on our secret. He ...
  Topic: Too Smokey
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Replies: 5
Views: 1553

PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Fri Sep 03 10 11:06 am   Subject: Too Smokey
In order to keep the temps up, I am using about 5 splits of hickory at a time. At the end of my cook, the meat is almost too smokey. I am adding 2 pieces or more per hour. What am I doing wrong?
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  Topic: Mig Welder
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Replies: 5
Views: 3656

PostForum: Welding   Posted: Fri Aug 06 10 10:00 pm   Subject: Mig Welder
Possibly thru ignorance, I am still under the impression I will never make a flux core work.
Reverse your polarity.
  Topic: Block Smoker Build
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Replies: 46
Views: 11609

PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Sun Jul 25 10 12:49 pm   Subject: Block Smoker Build
Shame you didn't undersize your upper courses of block. All of the block pits I have ever seen, used 8" block for three courses, then switched to 6" block. Doing so, gives you a ledge to l ...
  Topic: Cutting Torch
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Replies: 13
Views: 9829

PostForum: Welding   Posted: Thu Jul 01 10 9:22 pm   Subject: Cutting Torch

I also have a Harris and a Mastercraft torch and really have no complaints with them. They are much cheaper than Victor. You can always upgrade later. DO NOT BUY ANY CHINA CRAP!

So that is my $.0 ...
  Topic: Another project completed! First Cook 1/30
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Replies: 149
Views: 66237

PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Wed Nov 25 09 11:49 am   Subject: Another project completed! First Cook 1/30
Slapout, did the tank hiss when you took the valves off? How does it smell? If it had gas, fill with water, let sit for a couple days, drain, fill, let it sit for a couple days, drain it, set it away ...
  Topic: New tank aquisition, think I'm dead...
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Replies: 22
Views: 6211

PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Thu Nov 12 09 11:32 pm   Subject: New tank aquisition, think I'm dead...
I don't know what to think about a man that can't keep his woman in line. Probably time to turn in the man card.

http://i38.tinypic.com/207rr42.jpg
  Topic: First post, My offset smoker build. *COOK PICS INSIDE!*
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Replies: 49
Views: 17570

PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Sun Nov 08 09 9:25 pm   Subject: First post, My offset smoker build. *COOK PICS INSIDE!*
I'm thinking that you are going to be disappointed with your fire grate unless you strengthen it some way. Box it in, or build a frame for it, or something. Otherwise, it is going to sag.
  Topic: Sandblasting and painting
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Replies: 12
Views: 9310

PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Fri Nov 06 09 8:38 pm   Subject: Sandblasting and painting
I had my tank blasted before I began my build so I would have a clean surface to work with. Typically, the tanks that are salvaged have a lot of peeling or chipped paint on them. Once I got it home, ...
  Topic: Need some clearification on fuel consumption.
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Replies: 17
Views: 4073

PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Fri Oct 30 09 12:33 pm   Subject: Need some clearification on fuel consumption.
To allow more air I unscrew the caps. I welded a bolt on the middle of the caps. Here are a few more pics of the build. Once I'm done with paint and everything is finished I will post and new thread w ...
  Topic: Reverse flow cooker painted and first cook (4/18/10)
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Replies: 745
Views: 429929

PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Thu Oct 29 09 9:08 am   Subject: Reverse flow cooker painted and first cook (4/18/10)
Looking good k.a.m. Im building a regular grill out of some 20 in pipe now, waiting to go on call monday so I can bring the bucket truck home and pick the chamber up with the jib crane to mount my leg ...
  Topic: Hillbillys Smoker/Grill Build #2 "DONE - SOLD"
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Replies: 287
Views: 146874

PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Thu Oct 29 09 8:56 am   Subject: Hillbillys Smoker/Grill Build #2 "DONE - SOLD"
I've never replaced it, i bought it right before my build i done last summer and i have ran about 60lbs of wire through it. getting ready to head out to the garage and take it apart.

The liner look ...
 
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