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  Topic: Fire box dividers???
Philip

Replies: 15
Views: 11548

PostForum: Tech-Talk   Posted: Thu May 21 15 1:32 am   Subject: Fire box dividers???
My baskets internal dimensions are 17" x 15" x 8".

Reverse flow offset smoker..

I also plan on running a stoker on this particular cooker.

I`m thinking I`ll run charcoal with s ...
  Topic: Fire box dividers???
Philip

Replies: 15
Views: 11548

PostForum: Tech-Talk   Posted: Wed May 20 15 11:46 pm   Subject: Fire box dividers???
OK............open it is, I believe that air flow is important to a fire too..... Shocked


So........Do you use dividers in your charcoal box???

Are they worth the trouble???

Phil.
  Topic: Fire box dividers???
Philip

Replies: 15
Views: 11548

PostForum: Tech-Talk   Posted: Wed May 20 15 11:20 pm   Subject: Fire box dividers???
Yeah............
  Topic: Fire box dividers???
Philip

Replies: 15
Views: 11548

PostForum: Tech-Talk   Posted: Wed May 20 15 10:48 pm   Subject: Fire box dividers???
Yay or Nay?????


Does anyone run the Fire box dividers???

What works better....solid box with open bottom or open all around???

Phil.
  Topic: How to get temp. probes into pit?? Pictures please.....
Philip

Replies: 6
Views: 4247

PostForum: Tech-Talk   Posted: Sun May 10 15 12:21 am   Subject: How to get temp. probes into pit?? Pictures please.....
Flying j,

I really like your idea.....can`t see why it wouldn`t work, so.....i`m going to copy it for my pit....


Imitation is the highest form of flattery......... Cool


Thanks again for t ...
  Topic: How do you make t plugs for probes
Philip

Replies: 9
Views: 3310

PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Sun May 10 15 12:17 am   Subject: How do you make t plugs for probes
My version is a tab swinging on a clevis pin. Unlike k.a.m.'s and Wreckless's proven designs, mine is far from it as I have yet to put it to the test. Still building. Very Happy

http://i1295.photobucke ...
  Topic: How to get temp. probes into pit?? Pictures please.....
Philip

Replies: 6
Views: 4247

PostForum: Tech-Talk   Posted: Sat May 09 15 10:59 pm   Subject: How to get temp. probes into pit?? Pictures please.....
How are you guy`s getting your temperature probes into pits?????

I plan on running a Stoker on a 2 shelf smoker and can`t decide on the best way to run multiple temp. probes into my cooker.

Look ...
  Topic: Chimney location???
Philip

Replies: 15
Views: 8036

PostForum: Tech-Talk   Posted: Sat May 09 15 10:35 pm   Subject: Chimney location???
The exhaust on the warmer need only be 6" to 12" tall. The warmer in itself is like a huge chimney, you just need a way for the heat/smoke to escape.
I hope this helps. Very Happy

That just happ ...
  Topic: Chimney location???
Philip

Replies: 15
Views: 8036

PostForum: Tech-Talk   Posted: Sat May 09 15 7:59 am   Subject: Chimney location???
The bottom of the warmer will also be the top of the fire box......
  Topic: Chimney location???
Philip

Replies: 15
Views: 8036

PostForum: Tech-Talk   Posted: Sat May 09 15 7:44 am   Subject: Chimney location???
I`m not near my measurements, but i believe my 5" chimney is 15.625" tall according to Feldon`s calculator.....
  Topic: Chimney location???
Philip

Replies: 15
Views: 8036

PostForum: Tech-Talk   Posted: Sat May 09 15 7:42 am   Subject: Chimney location???
The entire cooker is made of .250" steel with 1" lips welded behind all doors as seals.

I DO intend on adding a warmer to this build before i get too much further.

How will the warming ...
  Topic: Stoker Questions
Philip

Replies: 1
Views: 2836

PostForum: Tech-Talk   Posted: Wed May 06 15 10:40 pm   Subject: Stoker Questions
Give `em a call and ask.......

I don`t yet have mine, so I can`t comment, but they are 5 minutes from the house ( lucky me ) so I intend on using their product.

I have spoken with Kevin on many ...
  Topic: Chimney location???
Philip

Replies: 15
Views: 8036

PostForum: Tech-Talk   Posted: Wed May 06 15 10:27 pm   Subject: Chimney location???
Reverse flow offset......

2 shelves 7" of space between the shelves....8" top of shelf to top of shelf ( if that matters ).

Cooking chamber is 36" x 27.75" x 17.5" insid ...
  Topic: More fire box questions....
Philip

Replies: 0
Views: 1675

PostForum: Tech-Talk   Posted: Wed May 14 14 10:47 pm   Subject: More fire box questions....
How tall should i build the tray that my wood will be going in??? i`m guessing 5"-6".....

I`m building a tube frame with expanded metal to hold the fire.

Also...Is there a preferred d ...
  Topic: Reverse flow smoker shelf ???
Philip

Replies: 4
Views: 2377

PostForum: Tech-Talk   Posted: Wed May 14 14 8:22 am   Subject: Reverse flow smoker shelf ???
I was hoping that would be the answer.....

Now I can add a couple more square inches to my firebox opening.....
  Topic: Reverse flow smoker shelf ???
Philip

Replies: 4
Views: 2377

PostForum: Tech-Talk   Posted: Wed May 14 14 7:23 am   Subject: Reverse flow smoker shelf ???
OK.....

How far above the opening,from the fire box to the cooking chamber, should my reverse flow plate be???

Phil.
  Topic: Reverse flow smoker shelf ???
Philip

Replies: 4
Views: 2377

PostForum: Tech-Talk   Posted: Wed May 14 14 4:14 am   Subject: Reverse flow smoker shelf ???
How far above the reverse flow plate should my bottom cooking shelf be???

Phil.
  Topic: Fire box insulation???
Philip

Replies: 8
Views: 2846

PostForum: Tech-Talk   Posted: Mon May 12 14 11:58 am   Subject: Fire box insulation???
Thanks Mike,

Any leads on a good source???

Phil.
  Topic: Fire box insulation???
Philip

Replies: 8
Views: 2846

PostForum: Tech-Talk   Posted: Mon May 12 14 9:45 am   Subject: Fire box insulation???
What`s better for insulating a firebox on a reverse flow cooker the fireproof insulation or fire brick????


Phil.
  Topic: Fire box location??
Philip

Replies: 3
Views: 1261

PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Sun May 11 14 10:41 pm   Subject: Fire box location??
What are the pro`s and con`s to putting the firebox directly underneath the cooking chamber???

I`m wanting to build a reverse flow cooker 24x48 or there about, would a fire box in the center work?? ...
 
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