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Old 11-06-2007, 06:30 PM   #1
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Got this for the firebox for long cooks.

I like this burner because you can put different lengths of pipe and I can run it in the firebox for long cooks. What yall think?.

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Old 11-06-2007, 06:32 PM   #2
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Old 11-07-2007, 12:44 AM   #7
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Thanks for your inputs. I appreciate your help.
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Old 11-07-2007, 07:49 AM   #8
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WTF?

You may just as well put the meat in your oven. Same thing!!!!
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They fell & hit they head too many times SS, You can get all the smoke you need buy adding wood to a pan or can,
Just like in an electric smoker
SS you need to get a longer nipple (The Black part) So your combustion air is outside the firebox & The burner is at least 6 inches from the firedoor inside the firebox.
With mine I can hold anywhere from 160 to 350 grate steady, @ 250 I get 35 + hours out of a bottle on my offset.
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They fell & hit they head too many times SS, You can get all the smoke you need buy adding wood to a pan or can,
Just like in an electric smoker
SS you need to get a longer nipple (The Black part) So your combustion air is outside the firebox & The burner is at least 6 inches from the firedoor inside the firebox.
With mine I can hold anywhere from 160 to 350 grate steady, @ 250 I get 35 + hours out of a bottle on my offset.
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They fell & hit they head too many times SS, You can get all the smoke you need buy adding wood to a pan or can,
Just like in an electric smoker
SS you need to get a longer nipple (The Black part) So your combustion air is outside the firebox & The burner is at least 6 inches from the firedoor inside the firebox.
With mine I can hold anywhere from 160 to 350 grate steady, @ 250 I get 35 + hours out of a bottle on my offset.
Thanks Jb.. I got the idea from your videos BYW and I like it. I have to sleep every once in awhile and thought this would help with pork butts or briskets on days that I work. The weekend I don't mind staying up.
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I guess I'll pass on te electric unit question.
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I gues I could take some meth or something.... yikes wrong.. 18 years on grave yard shift you have to sleep or die
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