You can also cook at 325 to 350 - watch your bark, foil if necessary. I normally like to be between 270-325, but you can blast it and the pork will forgive you. And depending on what your cuts weigh, you may wanna think about serving sliced pork - you're cutting it real close there. Wrapping tight with foil will definitely help as stated.
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