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Post Mon Jun 21, 2004 9:53 pm
missing link well done
well done

Posts: 630
Location: houston

I started to build me a barbecue smoker. tell my dad said that would never used all of this pit i,m starting to think he is right.

the pit i,m building is 24" dimeter by 6ft long it going to have a 24" X 48" double door main chamber and a 24" X 24" firebox and a 24"X24"X36" upright chamber.

now i see what he main by to much pit

what i would ilke to know is it to much are just right and if not let me know of some good backyard smoker on the market.

thanks for help me see the light though all this smoke.
the missing link.
Have Fun and keep it Low and Slow.


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Post Mon Jun 21, 2004 10:34 pm
YardBurner BBQ Deputy
BBQ Deputy

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Location: Damascus, Maryland
WOW! You could cook for an army on that thing!

I know you have a Brinkmann trashcan smoker already, but thats one leap up in size.

Just the fuel to fire it would keep you busy choppin' wood

A Brinkmann or Char-Broil offset seems to me to be the logical next step up to hone your skills. Maybe even a small Klose or Gator.

I'd finish building it, do a couple of cooks and sell it. At least you might turn a profit.

Good luck!
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Post Mon Jun 21, 2004 10:55 pm
RichD medium-well
medium-well

Posts: 280
Location: New Jersey
I agree with YB. That's an awful lot of pit. If your planning on catering or cooking for very large crowds it tmight be just fine, but if you are planning on using it for smaller cooks then it seems to me to be overkill.
I would look at a Brnikmann , CharBroil or Chargriller offset.
Enjoy!

RichD


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