I hope you've already got it on.... I've gone above 300*, but the product isn't as nice. I prefer 275*. I also like it to rest a couple hours. My recommendation is to cut it up into smaller portions. You'll get more bark this way and it will cook much faster
. I'd aim for 275-300*. I'd foil at some point, don't know when, then I'd try to rest it for at least an hour. I'm sure you'll get lots of suggestions. Good luck.
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