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Old 01-09-2012, 07:41 PM   #5
somebody shut me the fark up.
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The MOAB is very similar, though larger than the Stockton and is what the Poobah bought for comps. Fortunately for me, it proved to heavy and difficult to be a mobile pit. The Stockton, on the other hand, is much lighter and easier to transport. Don takes it and many other of his smokers to shows all over the place. You could ask him how he transports it but I bet it is on a flat bed trailer.

Now the reason Mr. Arlin is so interested in this thread is that he is interested in getting a Stockton too I believe and he knows first hand just how hard the MOAB is to transport. I'm sure that he is also interested on how well it would do cooking a comp.
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