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Old 02-20-2013, 06:54 PM
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Moving on, good luck everyone.

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Old 02-20-2013, 07:21 PM
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Russell,
That is sharp! Thank's for the pic. I would love to see the finished product too.
V-wiz, Any chance he is one of the Brethren .
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That is incredibly cool! It looks like he has the shop to support the hobby.
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Russell,
That is sharp! Thank's for the pic. I would love to see the finished product too.
V-wiz, Any chance he is one of the Brethren .

Hiiii. I heard my name . what about one the brethren's?
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Old 02-24-2013, 07:27 AM
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Hiiii. I heard my name . what about one the brethren's?
Sorry there V-Wiz,
I should have put a question mark at the end of my post

I was wondering if Russell's buddy might be a brethren If not, he ought to be That is one fine BBQ smoker/grill!
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Sorry there V-Wiz,
I should have put a question mark at the end of my post

I was wondering if Russell's buddy might be a brethren If not, he ought to be That is one fine BBQ smoker/grill!
No need to be sorry. Im sure he is, that is some amazing metal work. Awesome build
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Wow. Dunno how well it smokes, but it will certainly win prizes for build quality and creativity!
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My bro sent me pic of the final painted BBQ. Thought the WFO craftsmen would appreciate the fine metal work.
Thank's Russell,
That is beautiful! It would be great to find out how it performs......................But, (i'm relating this to my first wife) with looks like that, who cares if she can cook
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My old man doesn't understand why I have put so much effort into a "pizza oven" - he wants to smelt aluminum in mine. But being a 50 yr subscription holder to "Live Steam" and "Model Engineer" magazines, I know he'll appreciate this.
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What a fantastic project, as an engineer myself and having been in the pipeline industry offshore I appreciate the quality of the finished smoker - AWESOME!
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