A project, a long time coming. Pt.2

Continuing from part 1 of the smoker build project.

After all the welding was finished, I took it outside to give it a test burn. This will check the flow of smoke from the firebox to the cook chamber. I coated the interior of the chamber and racks with cooking oil and added charcoal and wood the firebox. After an 8 hour burn and the exhaust bellowing smoke like an old coal train, I was satisfied.

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first test burn
Smoker First Test Burn
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Approaching the finishing steps of the build, were the temperature gauges with guards, a front folding shelf, and finally the high-heat paint.

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A quick video of the finished project, ready to fire up and add meat, for smoke goodness.

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Enjoy

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