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    UDS smoker porkbutt

    frist pork butt of the season on my UDS smoker.Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by vmen84 View Post
    frist pork butt of the season on my UDS smoker.
    Looks Good!
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    And how was it? And...how about a pic or two of your UDS? Did you build it yourself?
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    Lordy, Lordy...I can smell it from here. I had to have gain at least 5 lbs. just looking at it!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2LaneCruzer View Post
    And how was it? And...how about a pic or two of your UDS? Did you build it yourself?
    I second the request for pics! I had to look up what UDS stood for. I would be interested in seeing what you have for a set up.

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    I built this for 35 bucks with my father in law I used a 55 gal drum the walls of a burnt out fire pit to hold the grill racks theres two levels I then used the outer part of the fire pit to make the charcoal basket and used a small grill rack as a bottom and pushed so bolts through so it could sit up right and i bought a temp gage the pan it the bottom is used for ashes
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