Pig smoker plans

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2013/08/25 17:09:09 (permalink)

Pig smoker plans

Does anyone know where I can get plans to build a pig smoker? I want to build one out steel plates. Also it will have its own trailer.
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    CajunKing
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    Re:Pig smoker plans 2013/08/25 17:37:39 (permalink)
    Do you want a true smoker or a "roaster" that has a spit that spins?
    Do you want to use gas or wood?
    How big of a pig/hog are you going to smoke?
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    Re:Pig smoker plans 2013/08/25 17:44:40 (permalink)
    one like this
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    Re:Pig smoker plans 2013/08/25 17:45:59 (permalink)
    Now I can do a 15lb pig on my Brinkman  ($100 at walmart)
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    Re:Pig smoker plans 2013/08/25 17:50:47 (permalink)
    edwmax

    Now I can do a 15lb pig on my Brinkman  ($100 at walmart)

     
    Do they make pigs that small?? 
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    Re:Pig smoker plans 2013/08/25 18:29:50 (permalink)
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    edwmax

    Now I can do a 15lb pig on my Brinkman  ($100 at walmart)


    Do they make pigs that small?? 

     
    hummm ... I've held them when they were 2 lbs.  Squirmy little devils; (that's without water added) but their mama didn't like it  .......
     
     
    Oh ... 15lb on the grill is about 22 to 25 lb on the hoof.  Talk to you local farmer or 'country butcher'.
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    Re:Pig smoker plans 2013/08/25 22:04:31 (permalink)
    I am going to use wood and i would like a true smoker, but i want the ability to have a rotisserie also. something to hold about 100lb pig. just a little bigger than the 15lb one.
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    Re:Pig smoker plans 2013/08/28 18:20:47 (permalink)
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    I will sketch show line drawings out, and send them to you.  The one I have is a 6 sided box, 83" long by 33" wide by 54" high.  It uses expanded metal for a cooking grate.  It is perfect for a whole hog.  I can interchange with either propane or wood.
     
     
     
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