old stove is now used for...

clarence olson Posted By clarence olson, Nov 11, 2011 at 7:00 PM

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  1. clarence olson

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    so what did you do with the old stove. The kids love it outside more than inside. we cook hotdogs and roast marshmallows. :)
     

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    This thread needs a "Like" button! :)
     
  3. DanCorcoran

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    Stack looks a little short...
     
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    Are you sure about those clearances?
     
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    A redneck meat smoker. What else?
     

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    36 inches from each side, to edge of concrete and have had some problems with the draft. little uncontrollable.
    little frustrated with burn times, 4 chunks every hr. :cheese:
     
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    Just imagine people in the future trying to do that with all the worn out epa stoves....... ;-)
     
  8. BrotherBart

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    Actually the EPA stove would do it better. Be easier to maintain that ideal 225 degrees in the filing cabinet. Uh, I mean meat smoking chamber.

    Thing works a treat by the way. Dollar store aluminum broiling pans exactly fit in the drawers. Drop the stuff in, lift the stuff out 14 hours later.
     
  9. mdocod

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    It's like a fancy version of one of those backyard semi-contained raised fire pit units you can buy at the hardware store.
     
  10. missing link

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    now you got me thinking ,,, hooking up my old federal airtight 224ccl to a cook box Winter time is near and plenty of time to ponder
    ml
     
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    Oh my God BB, my little buck just about had a heart attack :bug:
     
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