That Brinkman was the first smoker I owned. It's been almost 10 years, but I still have it. It's been years since I've used it since I've been using my pit smoker for the past 3 years, yet, there's no way I'm giving it away!
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I see NB has an 809 and 815. Would the 809 be sufficient? Also, is the flow controllable, or is it wide open when it runs?You need to throttle the outlet with a ball valve.
Even though it says not to restrict the outflow side?
What is the point of the legs?
The garage space alone (with floor drains and storage for everything) is to die for.
...I believe it needs a little more something so I am going to spice it, perhaps with lemongrass or even dill or basil or something odd like that maybe. Perhaps even some olde gruit herbs.
just make sure you are using an RV hose or other potable water hose to connect to your cooling water source. regular hose water is NASTY.