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Old 04-25-2011, 09:52 AM   #12
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Join Date: 12-04-08
Location: Saugus, CA

Do not have our 22 anymore. When we did we needed a wind block/ insulator to run the higher temps and be steady. We used Reflectix from Lowes the 4 foot high stuff loosely wrapped around the cooker. It will burn if it touches the cooker. We had handles on the cooker (4) which was perfect for spacing and clipping to. Worked great for overnight cooks too. Cuts the fuel use way down. The BBQ Guru also makes a insulated cover for using when cooking.
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