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To see some photos of smokers which were built using the information contained in the "How To Build Your Own BBQ Smokers" Book, CLICK HERE. Got this smoker to augment my home built offset charcoal wood smoker due to the fact it has been in the twenties here in CO.
Here there is a little catch: to generate smoke it uses prefabricated smoke briquettes which are available from company distributors.
Check this photo of my friend Waldemar who build his smoker for free, yet he will make a better smoked product than any of the $50,000 smokers. If you can bring yourself to smoke the meat with cold smoke and cook it in your kitchen you can use a big cardboard box for a smoker. The original farmstead smokehouses were just sturdy square buildings with a small fire pit inside and a strong lock on the door.
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. Both burners on as low as they would go, and no problems keeping this smoker at 250 on gauge, and 267 on lower racks.
Another smoker that can be built almost without any costs as the blocks in some areas are lying everywhere.
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. I would like one that I could bbq chicken and steaks on with dual vertical smokers on the sides.
I can make the basic design but I'm kinda wondering where to place all the dampners and heat sheilds for even temp.
You can get away with that when smoking larger pieces of meat like butts or loins but with sausages high temperatures spell simply a disaster. I know it's probably alot of trial and error but I'm looking for some good plans to eliminate some of the error. 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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