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Mack Smoker Plans Now Available!!!

February 23, 2018

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Today is the day!!! 2/23/18 You have been waiting for this for years now… Here it is in all it’s glory and majesty! Click here to get your copy! 88 fully detailed and dimensioned pages! The greatest reverseflow smoker we have ever designed, built, used, and used, and used! MACK! Now you can build your […]

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SmokerBuilder Spring Gathering 2017 Was a Great Time

May 3, 2017

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Here’s some pics! First off, beautiful place! Everywhere you look is another cabin. Tons of room! Very isolated, very quiet in the back of the park. Asphalt roads for the kids to ride bikes on and 2 really nice playgrounds. Huge commercial style kitchen and an indoor air conditioned dining room. Private shower house. For […]

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Clean out your BBQ Smoker Fire Box for a Long Lasting Smoker

November 24, 2013

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Shout out to “Gizmo” for this awesome little thread! I thought it deserved a blog post :) Some thoughts on clean out …. by Gizmo » November 17th, 2013, 9:21 am The one thing we all keep hearing is that “The bottom rusted out of the old cooker/grill/etc so I had to scrap it”. As […]

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How to Paint with a Paint Gun Part-2

July 21, 2013

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Some tips and tricks on how to paint a smoker! Quick shout out to SoloQue for this writeup! Thanks brother! Do’s Don’t’s & What If’s of Paint by SoloQue » July 18th, 2012, 1:21 pm Thickness / Viscosity – In order to consistently spray a good coat of paint you will need to have a […]

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How to Paint with a Paint Gun Part-1

July 17, 2013

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Some tips and tricks on how to paint a smoker! Quick shout out to SoloQue for this writeup! Thanks brother! Do’s Don’t’s & What If’s of Paint by SoloQue » July 18th, 2012, 1:21 pm Below are some of the things I have encountered or observed while working in a paint lab. Some of these […]

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