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  • cornbiscuits
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    That is beautiful!

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  • Oakgrovebacon
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    Hi, and welcome from Southern Illinois. I built a reverse-flow smoker from a 250 gallon propane tank and I love it! I use it for a church group fundraising event twice a year. We cook pork loins and smoke hams. Next plan to start with a 120 gallon tank for a more stationary smoker. (The original is on a trailer for portability) My wife often comments that I use the 250 for just a small hunk of meat or two. I have seen other stick burners that did not have big enough air inlets for good combustion so I added plenty on first build but do not need them all. After cooking on it several times, main air inlet open 1-3/4" And a firebox stacked full burns @ 225deg for hours. Lots of fun! Great food! Whatever you build it is time well spent. Click image for larger version

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  • cornbiscuits
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    Ok but u gotta pay the shipping cost!

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  • Steve B
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    Welcome aboard cornbiscuits when you get that smoker built please send it to me so I can evaluate it and let everyone know how awesome it is. LOL

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  • cornbiscuits
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    Thanks for the welcomes. I will definitely be taking pictures along the way. But what are some suggestions on what type of smoker to build? I haean offset right now, but I was thinking of building a heavy vertical type.

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  • MBMorgan
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    Welcome ... from Colorado!

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  • Hazi
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    Welcome to the Pit from Lincoln, CA! Just joined myself and love it already. Great info.

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  • RonB
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    Welcome to The Pit. Take your time deciding what you want to build. There are many ways to build a smoker and you have lots of decisions to make. Just a few of the types you need to understand in order to make a decision:
    Horizontal
    Vertical
    Offset
    Reverse flow
    Gravity feed
    And combos of the above...

    And when you decide what you want to build, we'd like pictures all along the way.

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  • Lowjiber
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    Welcome to the pit from Las Vegas, @cornbiscuits

    I was born/raised in Devils Elbow, Missouri. (Google Map it and see how far in the boondocks it really is.)

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  • Spinaker
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    Welcome to the Pit! We are happy to have you here.

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  • Shane Rakow
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    Welcome to the group, and hello from Nebraska!

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  • LA Pork Butt
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    Welcome to fun in the Pit! Some guys have posted the pits they have built.

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  • lschweig
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    A hearty welcome from Illinois.

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  • Paul299
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    Welcome cornbiscuits from Scunthorpe, England.

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  • fuzzydaddy
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    Welcome aboard cornbiscuits!

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