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Re: What is a good trailer mounted smoker


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Posted by Jumpin' Jim on July 19, 2013 at 18:18:24:

In Reply to: What is a good trailer mounted smoker posted by papitmaster on July 19, 2013 at 13:29:13:

Not sure what you have in mind, but I really like the idea of mounting a smoker on a trailer. Especially a trailer that has been built out with whatever type of support space that you need. And my choice is a porch trailer. That way you can change out the cookers that go on the porch as your needs and opinion change. I, with S and S Trailers started building porch trailers back in the mid 90's. The most popular model was a 24 ft. trailer with a 10 ft. cooking deck and 14 ft. of cabin space . With or without a door out the back of the cabin. But at the time our customers were buying bigger cookers (Ole Hickory, Southern Pride, Cookshack). Along the way we designed and produced a Weekender. It was a 16 ft. trailer with 12 ft. of cabin and 4 ft. of cooking deck. That size deck supported cooking on CTO's, FEC 100, Backwoods, etc. if the cookers were used while cooking on the ground. I no longer produce trailers, but if you want to see some go to goldmedalbbq.com and take a look at the video. Video plugs Trailer Innovations, but with some research you will find several great companies out there building bbq trailers. Porch or otherwise.


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