My OTHER Woodstove

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    This is my other woodstove. I built it a couple winters ago out of an old compressor and a parts washer. Like I've said before, I like to weld... a lot.
     

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    Here are a couple before pics- The compressor
     

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    And the parts washer.
     

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    Nice job! Right down to the paint finish. At the lower left of the unit, is that where ya load the chips for smokin? Id love to try a hot smoke on some fish in that baby.
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    Yes, that's the firebox to the left. The smoke goes out the top of the firebox into a passage through the bottom of the main chamber. It comes out at the far right side of the main chamber, across the food and out the chimney. My personal favorite is pork butt/shoulder. 16 hours + apple/oak mix = good eats!!
     

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