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coal miner
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Joined: 27 Jan 2008
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Location: Southern Illinois

PostPosted: Feb 01 2008    Post subject: smoker construction in progress II Reply with quote

Some up dates. Got the stacks in and welded , will have to put dampers on them , kinda like the way double exhausts look . Couple of pics of the smoker and my hide-a-way.[img][/img]
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teamfour
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PostPosted: Feb 01 2008    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nice work! You are killing me with that shop! Crying or Very sad
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Smoke on the Horizon
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PostPosted: Feb 01 2008    Post subject: Reply with quote

Looks like your smoker is coming along real nice. Really like your stacks and their placement.
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JamesB
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PostPosted: Feb 01 2008    Post subject: Reply with quote

The smoker build looks like it is going great! And now, I've got shop envy!

James.
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coal miner
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PostPosted: Feb 02 2008    Post subject: Reply with quote

thanks for the compliments guys. One the most helpful tools on this project has been the Porter Cable 1410 chop saw ,not a plug ,any of the cold cut types would be very handy. It just saves so much time. Also a couple more shots of the shop. 96 Chevy sb show truck,Bell Tech frt. and rear 4/6 drop ,can't see them but been tricked out paint ghost flames. sorry to get off topic. I . do want to thank the people on this site for all of the good ideas. I have incorporated a lot of them in the build so for. Thanks again [img][/img]
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dbeast420
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PostPosted: Feb 03 2008    Post subject: Reply with quote

OK............

THAT'S IT

















Awesome shop and smoker ya got going on there Cool
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