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Uncle Buds BBQ 04-23-2012 09:02 AM

What kind of injector do you use?
 
My injector just bit the dust. It was a cheap super market one so it's time for me to upgrade.

Any suggestions?

Thanks,
Dave

MAP 04-23-2012 09:07 AM

This with a cajon injector needle

http://www.tractorsupply.com/produce...pacity-1019750

Slamdunkpro 04-23-2012 09:25 AM

It depends. Does your injection contain particulate or is it clear? How much do you put in? just a few cc's or quarts?

If it's clear you can use an auto injector, if you have particulate in it you're better off with a manual fill type.

You can go to our Brethren ventures page to see a couple of auto fill injectors.

OutlawSwine 04-23-2012 09:35 AM

My wife recently bought me a SpitJack Magnum as an anniversary gift. I have only used it a few times but I like it so far.

SpitJack Magnum

roksmith 04-23-2012 11:47 AM

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Originally Posted by MAP (Post 2027013)


This one!! Make sure you get the metal one. They used to sell a similar one made of plastic. But this one has been going strong for over a year.
For the record, I don't like the regular syringe type..even the stainless ones. Can't get enough force behind them when injecting briskets.

MAP 04-23-2012 11:50 AM

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Originally Posted by roksmith (Post 2027333)
This one!! Make sure you get the metal one. They used to sell a similar one made of plastic. But this one has been going strong for over a year.
For the record, I don't like the regular syringe type..even the stainless ones. Can't get enough force behind them when injecting briskets.

I really like it and is so much easier and quicker to use than a reguler syringe type.

Pig Headed 04-23-2012 12:17 PM

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Originally Posted by MAP (Post 2027013)

I bought one of those about a month ago. I used twice at home and this past weekend at Salisbury, our 1st comp of the season and it came apart while the butts were being injected. The threads on the plastic tube must have striped because if you used the max setting (5) is would blow off on the last squirt. I guess you get what you pay for.

MAP 04-23-2012 12:33 PM

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Originally Posted by Pig Headed (Post 2027374)
I bought one of those about a month ago. I used twice at home and this past weekend at Salisbury, our 1st comp of the season and it came apart while the butts were being injected. The threads on the plastic tube must have striped because if you used the max setting (5) is would blow off on the last squirt. I guess you get what you pay for.

That is odd maybe you got a bad one. I use it on 5 and have had it for over a year. injecting a total of about 100 butts and 30 briskets.

Uncle Buds BBQ 04-23-2012 12:41 PM

Thanks for the suggestions!

Still Smokin 04-23-2012 05:16 PM

I use the Spitjack, had it about a year, no problems yet.

CBQ 04-23-2012 09:37 PM

We used to replace our injector every 2 or 3 comps. The Spitjack has been to about 40 so far and still going strong.

http://spitjack.com/product/MAGNUM.html

BoneDaddy's 04-24-2012 10:28 AM

My spitjack had an issue over the winter (it was about 3 years old) so I called....had a brand new setup 2 days later with a return mailer....GREAT product

kihrer 04-24-2012 10:35 AM

I love the spitjack as it is easy on the hands and will allow you to dial in precise doses. it makes easy work of injecting and was well worth the price.

Big George's BBQ 04-24-2012 10:37 AM

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Originally Posted by Slamdunkpro (Post 2027043)
It depends. Does your injection contain particulate or is it clear? How much do you put in? just a few cc's or quarts?

If it's clear you can use an auto injector, if you have particulate in it you're better off with a manual fill type.

You can go to our Brethren ventures page to see a couple of auto fill injectors.

I use the spitjack and like it. I have seen the ones that Mike ios talking about and they are really nice and the price is pretty good

walrus79 04-24-2012 01:17 PM

I just use the old handheld cheapies. I'm typically not in a hurry to inject my one or two briskets. Our pork butt cook also uses the cheapies...although his is a little better!


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