Thread: Yes finally!
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Old 12-29-2012, 09:53 AM   #20
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@HankB that's a very nice collection you have there:). I'm just getting ready to put on two whole butts right now, so I'm hoping a nice long cook is gonna help out. I'm kinda thinking that one the newness wears off I won't revert back to my mini for a lot of my cooks, but I am gonna get this 22 1/2 seasoned up first. I really like how this new cooker reacts to vent adjustments so far, I'm sure its gonna get a lot better too! I might do some high temp silicone like you have if I continue to do short cooks, regardless of how this thing shuts down. I have a digiq that I am eventually set up, so sealing it up will be a priority eventually anyways. So far this cooker doesn't even need a guru for anything, but piece of mind:). I use the guru on my performer and I almost think it might stay on there, well see

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Weber Performer
14 1/2 WSM
22 1/2 WSM
1971 22 1/2 Weber Bar b Que kettle
Weber genesis silver c (gasser)
Weber Q
Mini WSM (gold)
Fastest of the fast Thermapen's (digital camo with U. S. A flag)
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