What about a sticky post for everyone to post their Smoker setup???????

I would be very interested in seeing what people are using and how they constructed their area.

Thoughts??? SmokinOkie, are you still the head guy on this forum???

Mine is a temp setup until the deck is built this summer, but it works.

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I like your idea.

And, yes, Smokin' is our resident Head Muckety Muck. Smiler
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Originally posted by dmaclaren:
Thoughts??? SmokinOkie, are you still the head guy on this forum???


Nah, I'm still the head Dishwasher and I do take out the trash when needed Smiler

I made it a sticky, thanks for the suggestion.

If needed, anyone can email me the photo and I'll make it available to everyone or you can post it via the Forum process to add a photo to your posts.

Smokin'
Here's mine, and don't ask me how I built it, because I can't remember!

It works great, though. How about that nice green colored pine? I got the tin of stain out of the clearance bin at Home Depot.

The only problem with my design is that marauding animals can pull the drip pan out and lick it dry (after making a big mess, of course). I have to remember to remove it if it is replete with the likker.

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Magic Dragon,

That is a nice set up!

Beats mine like a cheated-on trailer park girl beats her boyfriend (and three kid's father) on Jerry Springer!
RichH, I like your setup and am copying it if you don't mind. I bought a Rubbermaid closet yesterday and will be working on it today. I'll post pics when complete.

Thanks for the idea!
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Originally posted by RichH:
Any time, I have a brisket in mine as we spaek Smiler


Here's a pic of the finished product. You may notice some of the wifes garden tools in there as well. It was a way of selling her on the project. Give a little, take a little.

I've used it twice now and it works quite well.
Thanks for the ideas.

Man, that indoor position is a great idea, especially for inclement weather.

Nice!
Looks great, just make sure you keep the chimney up at least a couple inches from the top vent or you can actually make it draw too much air and have the wood box catch on fire.

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