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blake





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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?
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You nailed it. That's what I use.

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Post Posted: Mon Mar 19, 2012 8:20 pm 
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Tom Burns





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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

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blake





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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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