It's my answer to the "where do you place the chimney" debate. Some say rack level, others pull from the top of the cook chamber. I figured I would provide a path along the entire end and let the smoke decide. In the end it most likely flows from the top which is where I would most likely place it if I was going to pick. I did something similar with my trailer reverse flow and it seems to work perfectly.highlucks wrote:Very nice, I really like the diamond chimney. How have you found it with the chiney open all the way to the baffle plate?
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Heck yeah! Nice work!
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