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    Thank "rwalters" for all the help. My first try was a super success. I had to make my own cold smoker container. There were none locally and too late for online. I found a 7.5" stainless strainer with handle at a local restaurant supply ... less than $7. All I had to do was to push the bottom up. It worked perfectly at about 1/4 the price of commercial types. Cold smoked for about 2.5 hours at 80* and finished with fhot smoke 2.5 hours at 225*. I glazed (brown sugar raisin honey with spices) about 4 times during the hot smoke. This was probably the best ham we have ever had. Thanks again for the help!!

    Tried to post pics, but didn't figure it out.

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