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Unread 05-01-2013, 07:12 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by nucornhusker View Post
I will be following this thread. I own and Oklahoma Joe's offset (similar design to the Wichita) but there is a big difference between the Yoders and my pit. A Yoder stickburner is on the radar for me at some point in the future when the budget allows. I'm interested in Yoder and Jambo, and I like their designs for different reasons. I hope to get a chance to cook in both before I decide.

I will tell you, Yoder's customer service is amazing though!

I hope to see other Yoder owners chime in.
just curious, how does it cook different (I assume you mean in a good way) than your OK Joe? I have an OK Joe, someday will upgrade to something else but probably only after I wear it out
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