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10.06.2015, admin  
Category: Home Woodworking Projects

Each partition needs a separate lid so it can be closed for roasting, smoke roasting, or baking. For this project, I decided to build a custom barbeque smoker out of a 250 gallon propane tank. This is the first real barbeque smoker that I have built next to a double barrel smoker using two 55 gallon drums I built in college. After I saddled out the top of the legs so they would match up with the contour of the barbeque pit, I lowered the propane tank into place.
The damper on the smoker is a 6" piece of plate that has an ear which faces towards the side of the pit. I built a ledge around the inside of the barbeque smoker, with cross bars, to hold the steel grating for the barbeque grill. After I built the smoker, I welded a plate inside the cooking chamber, to the top of the firebox inlet, angled down under the cooking surface.

The video, pictures, parts list, and CADD drawings for building your own UDS (Ugly Drum Smoker). Each partition would need its own damper for letting in air, and a vent for letting out smoke. I do not recommend nor am I advising anyone to use a 250 gallon propane tank to build a custom barbecue smoker. I attached 1" steel rod to the damper which hung down the side of the stack, placed two collars that barely slid over the rod on the rod, and welded them to the stack. This directs the heat down, under the meat you are cooking and creates a more evenly heated environment in the smoker. If you are building a drum smoker and need help finding a food safe drum, click here and scroll down. Learn how to set up your grills and smokers properly, the thermodynamics of what happens when heat hits meat, and how to cook great food outdoors.

There are also buying guides to barbeque smokers, grills, accessories, and thermometers, as well as hundreds of excellent tested recipes including all the classics: Baby back ribs, pulled pork, Texas brisket, burgers, chicken, smoked turkey, lamb, steaks, chili, barbecue sauces, spice rubs, and side dishes, with the world's best all edited by Meathead Goldwyn.
The internet has a number of designs and ideas for the do-it-yourselfer, whether you want to build a grill, hog cooker, or smoker. I've seen some impressive rigs built from steel drums, refrigerators, file cabinets, propane tanks, and even large terra cotta planters. Next, I moved the smoker into my buddy's shop and attached a hoist to the soon-to-be-pit to lift it so I could measure how long the legs should be.

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