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Old 07-21-2013, 09:53 AM   #15
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Hey Funrover
Ya, sorta...
Tearing it apart goes so much faster than putting it back together
I picked up a full size 36 x 80" PCV pre hung door for it yesterday $50 for a new door and lockset was a steal...and I got a new BBQ customer as well
It pays to have a couple of baggies of Jerky in the truck
Now I just have to decide if I'm going to put the door on the back wall or on the passenger side wall in the corner...I'm thinking I'm going to try to move the potty and holding tank since I have to replace both sides or the floor...Instead of piecing It together, I'm just going to pull the whole sheet!
I'm really leaning towards Putting the door on the back wall It gives bringing stuff in a straight shot, no jockeying around the bathroom or having to make a sharp turn...Cases of meat are bulky and heavy so With the door on the back wall I can ramp a 2 wheeler right to the fridge, counter or the freezer
The back wall sheet metal is so bad when I was taking pictures I put my finger through it
I'm tempted to just cut the back of the truck off and Rebuild it with a fold up ramp and an awning for the Big smoker...At this point I dunno

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Old 07-21-2013, 10:22 AM   #16
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I was just reading through this...and without better pix it's kinda touph to describe so here's a pix of 2 of my smokers that are mobile
The little one I use primarily for wings/drummies, fish Jerky, and supper, The big one That one gets used for Hams, Bacon, Smoked Fish, Pulled Pork...

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