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  Topic: IS there a reason that your smoker can't be a rectangular
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PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Wed Apr 01 15 3:48 am   Subject: IS there a reason that your smoker can't be a rectangular
To me an elongated octagon makes the most sense. You can have a sloped roof that is flat allowing easy fitment of a chimney, you get a flat surface for the doors with efficiency for shelves. In the bo ...
  Topic: Another insulated RF cabinet build
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PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Mon Mar 09 15 4:17 pm   Subject: Another insulated RF cabinet build
It has been calculated using Feldons.
The total removed material adds up to the exact recommended hole size.
You may be correct about being too big an opening too soon. I was unable to flow model it ...
  Topic: Another insulated RF cabinet build
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PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Sun Mar 08 15 2:09 pm   Subject: Another insulated RF cabinet build
Thx mate, appreciated. Between opening a BBQ diner and doing this it has been a long rd.
  Topic: Another insulated RF cabinet build
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PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Sun Mar 08 15 3:59 am   Subject: Another insulated RF cabinet build
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  Topic: Tuning plates or RF build, Which would you do???
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PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Fri Mar 06 15 3:29 am   Subject: Tuning plates or RF build, Which would you do???
Depends on the build.

When I build another horizontal i'm going to go tuning plates just for the simple fact that you can 'tune' it. My RF has varying temps - but like any pit its not the pit its t ...
  Topic: Another insulated RF cabinet build
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PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Thu Jan 08 15 5:57 pm   Subject: Another insulated RF cabinet build
Thanks guys. Appreciate the support and more update coming soon.. I hope.
  Topic: Another insulated RF cabinet build
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PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Wed Jan 07 15 8:58 am   Subject: Another insulated RF cabinet build
While I was waiting for one of you'll to comment/give feedback I cooked a fillet of beef on my Weber (seriously I had that much time).

Dry brine with Montreal steak seasoning (my wife's favorite). ...
  Topic: Another insulated RF cabinet build
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PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Mon Jan 05 15 8:02 pm   Subject: Another insulated RF cabinet build
Hi guys!
There has been a lot of guys looking at cabinets etc... I am one of them.
I am currently using a RF off-set pit I built last year to cook for my recent BBQ venture. I have been primarily fo ...
  Topic: Competition trailer #2. A couple of additions 5/6/17
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PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Mon Dec 29 14 8:41 am   Subject: Competition trailer #2. A couple of additions 5/6/17
Nice to see another build Kam. Lookin real good btw. Will follow with keen interest.[/code]
  Topic: Reverse Flow Cabinet Smoker
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PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Fri Dec 26 14 6:18 pm   Subject: Reverse Flow Cabinet Smoker
Nice BBQ.
  Topic: Dropping Brisket from my menu? ...maybe not
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PostForum: Commercial BBQ   Posted: Fri Oct 24 14 6:00 am   Subject: Dropping Brisket from my menu? ...maybe not
Great thread guys, and loaded with some real practical info. Much appreciated.
  Topic: 80 Gallon Vertical Tank: Update 5/8/2016
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PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Tue Oct 14 14 7:18 am   Subject: 80 Gallon Vertical Tank: Update 5/8/2016
awesome build... thanks for posting.
  Topic: questions on first insulated cabinet build
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PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Tue Sep 23 14 6:55 pm   Subject: questions on first insulated cabinet build
Thanks for the info. I have read and re-read it all.

I am learning Solid Works so have started putting my ideas into a design. I'm going to go about 3' wide by 2' deep and 5' tall.
Looking at usin ...
  Topic: Chilling then reheating butts.
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PostForum: Vending   Posted: Mon Sep 01 14 5:22 pm   Subject: Chilling then reheating butts.
Agree with Tony here...
I think it comes down to how much quantity you are looking at.
Last sat I cooked well over 250lbs of meat to hold for the following few days. Be damned if im ganna piss aroun ...
  Topic: questions on first insulated cabinet build
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PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Sun Aug 31 14 12:49 pm   Subject: questions on first insulated cabinet build
I am also looking to build something similar.
I would assume that normal pit ratios would still apply.
From what I have seen the big issue with these pits is getting the heat into the cooking chambe ...
  Topic: First BBQ vend in...
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PostForum: Vending   Posted: Sat Aug 23 14 7:37 am   Subject: First BBQ vend in...
This week has been real good. Our rep is strating to build.
Thurs (our 3rd time) we had a 64% increase in sales.
Fri (our 4th time) we had a 70% increase in sales.
I am very happy with how things a ...
  Topic: My Concession Vending Sink Build 3 Place + Hand Wash
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PostForum: Vending   Posted: Tue Aug 19 14 4:14 pm   Subject: My Concession Vending Sink Build 3 Place + Hand Wash
Real nice, thanks for sharing.
  Topic: First BBQ vend in...
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PostForum: Vending   Posted: Mon Aug 18 14 5:06 pm   Subject: First BBQ vend in...
Things going well. Rep starting to build rep at 2 other events.

Did a cook for a customer on Sat. 4 buts, 7 bolars. 100 chicken drums. Cooked it all in 6 hours. Made $450 to pay myself! Made anothe ...
  Topic: Chilling then reheating butts.
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PostForum: Vending   Posted: Mon Aug 18 14 4:56 pm   Subject: Chilling then reheating butts.
I do do this all the time both for sliced, chopped and pulled.
It addresses the key issue of scale with BBQ - you got to have a sleep at some point.

My advice: Don't waste your time with ice water ...
  Topic: Lets talk about RF Stickburners...
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PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Tue Aug 12 14 5:06 am   Subject: Lets talk about RF Stickburners...
I have a very large reverse plate. Now that I have been using it for a while I actually am leaning towards what KAM said. Tuning plates give you more flexibility in terms of heat dissipation, they als ...
 
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