My Comp Cooker

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My Comp Cooker

Postby Spice » 27 Oct 2009, 18:24

This is the cooker that I have used for the last 5 years. I just sold it and am in the process of building my new rig.
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Re: My Comp Cooker

Postby All Weather Griller » 27 Oct 2009, 19:14

WOW! That looks immaculate.

If you build another could you keep a blog of it, I for one would be really interested. I saw a lot of rigs at the Royal and would love to know how they are built.

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Re: My Comp Cooker

Postby joker smoker » 28 Oct 2009, 09:34

art and function...beautiful
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Re: My Comp Cooker

Postby Steve » 28 Oct 2009, 14:10

Very nice...

Did I see that rig at the Royal this year?
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Re: My Comp Cooker

Postby THRILLIN GRILLIN » 11 Nov 2009, 06:34

Just beauiful, I want 1
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Re: My Comp Cooker

Postby Spice » 23 Dec 2009, 17:51

Here is the start of my new trailer cooker.
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Re: My Comp Cooker

Postby Steve » 23 Dec 2009, 21:24

That looks like it's going to be impressive!!!!!!

Are the smokers you build insulated?
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Re: My Comp Cooker

Postby BBQKID » 01 Jan 2010, 20:12

You just reminded me to check my lottery ticket!
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Re: My Comp Cooker

Postby Spice » 04 Jan 2010, 18:22

Yes my cookers are insulated. They cook the same at 5 below zero as they do at 95 dergees outside and are not effected by wind rain or snow.
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Re: My Comp Cooker

Postby Steve » 04 Jan 2010, 19:51

This is why I hope we can build the BBQ culture in the UK. Insulated cookers are almost unheard of here but given the crappy weather we get, they're what we need. I can't wait for the day I own an insulated cooker :D
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