Cooking Chamber Dimensions or Volume

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Cooking Chamber Dimensions or Volume

Post by simonchf » August 14th, 2015, 4:20 am

Does anyone know the cooking chamber dimensions (or even just the volume) of the 3 cabinet style smoker plans at all? I can't seem to find them anywhere

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Re: Cooking Chamber Dimensions or Volume

Post by Rodcrafter » August 14th, 2015, 6:07 am

:welcome:

I'm sure someone will be along to help.


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Re: Cooking Chamber Dimensions or Volume

Post by Puff » August 14th, 2015, 8:09 am

If you look at the rack description. You can see the approximate number


24 x 26. Big GF. 5 racks. 7" apart
28 x 25. Double pan GF. 5 racks. 7" apart
22 x 18 mini GF 3 racks 5" apart

I made a few more racks, and added a few closer guides and I can slide them in any where i may need more space. That is a ton of cooking space....hope that helps


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