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Old 01-18-2010, 07:20 PM   #11
Take a breath!
Join Date: 11-02-08
Location: Cordova, TN

I've been a stick burner/backwoods primarily, I've got an FEC 100 on the way I'm goin g to try out. If I' like the results then I'm going to put it and more than likely the FEC 300 in my trailer. I do like the thought of not have the expense of wood and charcoal VS just a few pounds of pellets, not to mention less ash to clean out.

I can't speak for eveyone, but the majority of those I've spoke with are running their SP & OH on gas as well. They all need electricity to rotate, but gas is their main source and the wood is for flavor.
James Stephens
Extreme BBQ Trailers
Cordova, TN.
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