Originally Posted by NorthernMN
I know there is alot of love for the RF smoekrs here but for me I want a traditional that be set for low and slow on one side and hotter on the other to get things like chicken done. Still working on how to accomplish this but I think I am on to something with an adjustable tuning plate.
On a RF, you can easily accomplish that just by lifting or lowering the tongue of the trailer.
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