Originally Posted by Mrdeville
Many thanx to all who replied! I think I will lean more towards the offset smoker because the rotisserie has a few mechanical parts. Motor, generator if no electric is present, gas etc. it seems offset smoker would be the way to go! I was mainly looking for a smoker mounted on a trailer that could hold about 20 or more pork butts.
That would equate to a mid-sided offset - a size like a Lang 60 patio with a full width second shelf option. 20 butts easy.
Some do upsize to an 84 out of necessessity.
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