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Old 12-15-2010, 06:11 PM   #1
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This is the obligatory thread for any hobby subforum. I'll start.
Here's my UDS I built this past summer. Only got to use it once so far on 11lbs of pork shoulder, but it was awesome!

Smoker with Child friendly fence.


And the first basket inside with ash pan


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Old 12-15-2010, 06:35 PM   #2
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Here's the New Braunfels ready for action.

I typically start with briquettes then add the hardwood once she's up to temp.

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Still trying to finish it up, just can't seem to find the time.



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All the pictures are on my dead laptop but I have a UDS as well and couldn't recommend them enough to people. I am actually about to make a second one and working on designing some sort of cart to hold them both a give me a little table and work area.
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Made from a commercial tank with triclover fittings, valves, and pipes.



The lid, with a butterfly valve. We tell ourselves that the angled piece on top is functional, but in reality it's just for show



A 22" standard weber grill grate fits perfectly. We use a little weber smokey joe inside as the firebasket.



The pipe on the side is the air intake, which leads directly under the firebasket. We can control the airflow with another butterfly valve.

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here is a pic before installing the lid seal on my smoker.

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Mmmmmm... Butts...

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ECB found in mom's barn. Converted to electric. Cobbled together some left over brewery build stuff.




The controller. PID controls the element and the top display is internal meat temp



I've been using this to raise bread and pizza doughs with much success, too.


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