Brand New Custom BBQ Smoker Pit and Charcoal Grill
Total Cooking Surface:
10 sq. ft.
Pit (Reverse Flow)
Total pit measures 6ft long and 2ft wide. It consists of a 4ft long main chamber that’s 24 inches in diameter. Two Slide-out cooking racks measuring 36” by 22” and 36 by 17” giving you right at 10 square feet of cooking surface. The pit is designed with industry standard Reverse Flow. Contact me if you’d like a description of its characteristics. I have taken this a step farther and made the reverse flow baffle removable. In doing this you can turn this smoker into a Charcoal Grill. Simply pull the baffle out, insert the 2ft by 1ft charcoal box and start cooking steaks. The charcoal tray receives air from the firebox vents the same was as it would when cooking with wood. Only difference is the charcoal try is positioned in place of the Baffle. The charcoal box is also adjustable to get you the proper heat you desire when grilling steaks etc. See photos for picture explanations. I will attempt to show a picture of the baffle removed and the charcoal tray installed. The pit has a 2ft by 2ft firebox with twin 6” by 4” vents for ample airflow. Sitting on top of the firebox is a 8” wide flat surface that is used to cook beans or keep your cooking sauce warm. There are 2 stacks with rain caps set to pull the heat out at “cooking grate level.” They are 3.5” in diameter and measure 3.5ft 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 more than 3ft long allows for a more sustained draw of smoke from the cooking chamber.
Stainless Steel cooking racks quoted on request!!!
Brand new 4ft by 4ft trailer. On the opposite side of the pit is a 5ft long by 2ft wide by 20” tall storage rack perfect for coolers or wood storage. Trailer is constructed with 4” C-channel, a 3500lb axle, safety chains, lights NEW TIRES, and your choice of either Silver or Chrome wheels. For Chrome wheels, add $250.
Contact us to get a different trailer size or layout.
Main chamber door 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 gauge, and 10” wrap around 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, dual stacks at grate level, and added ability to be turned into a Charcoal Grill makes these pits one of a kind and a super flexible cooking unit. This unit is built with the same standards as the large competition style pits that I build that are for sell in other listings. No quality is lost.
Directly above the temperature gauge sticking up above the pit is a small steel rod. I can have your initials, ranch brand, or logo cut out with a computer driven plasma cutter and positioned on top of this rod above the pit for your own personalization.