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Old 03-04-2013, 08:03 AM   #6
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Location: Mooresville, NC

Goddahavit hit the nail on the head. Stumps gets LONG burn times with the smallest amount of effort. It has a tiny learning curve but requires you put flavor wood in every so often. with a backwoods you set it up in the beginning and tend to it a little to get it where you want it but then it should chug along. If it needs more charcoal, it is a bit more work. They cook faster because of the reverse flow and use water. They are more difficult to clean up as well but put out a great product.

Both are great cookers and have their positives and negatives. If you want ease, nothing beats a stumps. If you want water and more smoke, go with backwoods.
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