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blake

wind wind windy wind wind

what is yalls setup for keeping the smoker out of the wind?  without building its own little shed out back (don't dare me, i'll do it =-), the only thing i can come up with is to build a movable, three-piece, plywood (with some sort of heat reflection material attached & door hinges) wind blocker.

how do yall deal with the wind and/or the elements?
icemanrrc

You nailed it. That's what I use.
Tom Burns

Re: wind wind windy wind wind

blake wrote:
what is yalls setup for keeping the smoker out of the wind?  without building its own little shed out back (don't dare me, i'll do it =-), the only thing i can come up with is to build a movable, three-piece, plywood (with some sort of heat reflection material attached & door hinges) wind blocker.

how do yall deal with the wind and/or the elements?




i have [almost] beaten the wind issue; and will have photos, and drawings available, as soon as i get it past "almost" Very Happy

this "modified draft system" will also allow the easy use of a bbq guru or similar draft controller [we hope  Shocked ]

stay tuned....i will be testing this device out soon, then acid testing it in competition in Easton, Md. in late October Laughing  Laughing  Laughing
blake

Re: wind wind windy wind wind

Tom Burns wrote:
blake wrote:
what is yalls setup for keeping the smoker out of the wind?  without building its own little shed out back (don't dare me, i'll do it =-), the only thing i can come up with is to build a movable, three-piece, plywood (with some sort of heat reflection material attached & door hinges) wind blocker.

how do yall deal with the wind and/or the elements?




i have [almost] beaten the wind issue; and will have photos, and drawings available, as soon as i get it past "almost" Very Happy

this "modified draft system" will also allow the easy use of a bbq guru or similar draft controller [we hope  Shocked ]

stay tuned....i will be testing this device out soon, then acid testing it in competition in Easton, Md. in late October Laughing  Laughing  Laughing


sounds cool tom.  i ended up making a 4 piece plywood half wall to surround my firebox. worked pretty good!

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