Brand New Custom BBQ Pit with Slow Smoker and Charcoal Grill
Total Cooking Surface:
45 sq. ft.
Truly an All-In-One rig. You can cook a brisket, smoke sausage, and charcoal grill a steak at the same time…
Pit (Reverse Flow)
Total pit measures 12ft long and 30” wide. It consists of a 7ft long main chamber that’s 30 inches in diameter. Two cooking doors with counterweights make opening a breeze. Two slide out cooking racks per door measuring 32” by 30” and 32” by 25” giving you right at 25 square feet of cooking surface. The pit is designed with industry standard Reverse Flow. The baffles are made in separate pieces for adjustability. No more hot spots… Contact me if you’d like a description of its characteristics. I have also taken this concept a step farther and made the reverse flow baffles removable. This makes cleaning a lot easier. There are 2 stacks with rain caps set to pull the heat out at “cooking grate level.” They are 4.5” in diameter and measure 4ft long. Setting them at the same level as the cooking racks keeps the heat in the cooking chamber longer making the pit burn less wood and making the stacks 4ft long allows for a more sustained draw of smoke from the cooking chamber. The pit has a 30” long by 30” wide firebox with (3) 6” by 4” vents for ample airflow and cooking heat. Smoker Sitting on top of the firebox is a 24” diameter by 3.5ft tall smoker. It is connected to the main chamber by a 6” by 4” vent that can be opened for smoking or shut off completely turning the smoker into a warmer. Inside the smoker is 4 rotating cooking racks that have a combined cooking surface of about 9 square feet. The smoker has its own temp gauge, 3.5” stack and spring steel handles. Welded on the front of the main cooking chamber is a 3.5ft long by 2ft diameter Charcoal Grill. It is connected to the main chamber via a 6” by 4” vent that can be opened or shut. The Charcoal grill contains 2 cooking racks, 30” by 23” and 30” by 18” for a total grilling surface of around 9 square feet. The grill has an adjustable charcoal tray measuring 2ft long by 1ft wide and its own 6” by 4” vent to feed the charcoal fire. Finally it has twin 3.5” diameter stacks with ran caps. See photos.
Stainless Steel cooking racks quoted on request!!!
If you decide to use the entire pit surfaces to cook using the firebox you have a grand total of 45 sq ft of cooking surface.
Brand new 76” wide by 12ft long tandem axle trailer. On the opposite side of the pit is a 6ft long by 3.5ft wide by 2ft tall storage rack perfect for coolers and supplies. The trailer also has a 4ft by 3.5ft wide by 2ft deep enclosed and lockable Storage box on the back. Have things that need to be kept out of the rain or sun; put them in hear. Shown on this trailer at the front right corner is a fully independant sink with Propane hot water heater. It is totally independant of electricity and operates off a 12v battery. It is fully functional without any outside power. Next to that is a small stainless work top for sitting pans etc. The Trailer is constructed with 4” C-channel, 3500lb axles, safety chains, lights NEW TIRES, and your choice of either Silver or Chrome wheels. The entire trailer is covered with a white R-panel roof extending a full 15ft over the back of the cooker. The trailer is also equipped with dual folding awnings each measuring 4ft wide by 15ft long. The front and rear foldouts are extra, contact me for info on them For Chrome wheels, lug nuts, and center caps, add $500. see photos for chrome vs silver.
This listing is for the basic setup which doesn’t include the Sink and Stainless work top. In its place will be a 6ft by 20″ wide by 2ft tall wood rack. If you want the independant sink addtion contact me for pricing and details. Also the foldout awning on the front and rear are extra, contact me for info. The roof and right and left side awnings do come with this listing. contact me if you need any clarification on this.
All doors and firebox door are lined with flat-strap for less heat escape. Spring handles on vents and doors to keep hands from getting burned etc. Temp gauges, and 10” shelf around the pit etc. 1200-degree high heat paint. Personally pre-seasoned with Pecan wood.
All in all this is a very efficient unit. The main chamber and firebox are constructed from ¼” steel. It will last a very long time and holds heat better than any I’ve seen. The reverse flow system, smoker, front charcoal grill, counterweighted doors, and dual stacks at grate level, all make these pits one of a kind and a super flexible cooking unit. Lots of storage both outside and enclosed… No quality is lost.
I can have your initials, ranch brand, or logo cut out with a computer driven plasma cutter and suspended on top of the pit for an added touch of personalization. Contact me for details.