Horizontal smokers with a side firebox and tuning plates.
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I just had a tank added to my offset smoker. The original CC has a 4"steel pipe with 1" holes running through it, the pipe was extended into the new addition, with it being open at the end. How can I control the heat going into the new CC?
- Big T
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Can you post some pictures of your smoker and the inside of the FB and CC ? I'm not sure how big it is but a 4'' pipe doesn't allow much heat from the FB to the CC.
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I would agree with BigT that pipe if that is all that moves the air through is not enough airflow. Post the dimensions of everything and I bet we can get you the help you need
Current Smokers: Backyard RF Offset and Hybrid RF Offset trailer rig with Cowboy cooker and fish fryer, always room for more........