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Old 10-28-2007, 11:24 AM
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Lets see your BBQ setup.

Sunday means football and Q-ing, so lets see your setups. Mines called Shangri-La, and I built about 2 years ago, complete with fridge, sink, stove and flatscreen tv. I know you boys in Texas can grill, so lets see it.
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dam bro you go all out thats one sick set up, if it didnt snow so much up here id build one like that but up here in mass theirs only a few good months to get to use it.
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That is a sweet set up yeah have there. I just have a weber kettle on the back porch. Nothing worth taking a pic of.
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dam bro you go all out thats one sick set up, if it didnt snow so much up here id build one like that but up here in mass theirs only a few good months to get to use it.
Yeah, but you got Brady.
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heres my baby bbq. i know in the east we don't bbq like in texas we cool pulled pork s o here are some pics of teh grill and teh pork enjoy and sorry if i make you hungry.

just starting

5 hours into the smoke

12 hours and done

finished product

some deer tender loin that i put skewers

this one i did last fall


hope you enjoy.
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Old 10-28-2007, 12:26 PM
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Holy crap that looks good. Is that thing a smoker and a q'er?
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Old 10-28-2007, 12:27 PM
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Here is the Ford Ranger BBQ a friend of mine has

http://www.cali-style.com/grill17.jpg
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Old 10-28-2007, 12:31 PM
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Here is the Ford Ranger BBQ a friend of mine has

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Thats awesome.
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yes i use it as both and it works out perfect.
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Those setups all look great.....I'd like to build a smoker over the winter as a project to keep me out of the wife's hair. I'm thinking out of an air compressor tank similar to the ones you see made from old propane bottles. Of course I could always buy one, but where's the fun in that???

Anybody ever built one or have any ideas???
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