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Unread 06-06-2013, 08:08 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by Ron_L View Post
Most guys I know who use the trailer-mounted Jambos at comps go about 45 minutes before adding another piece of wood. The Jambo pits are things of beauty and I would love to have one some day.

Not to add confusion to the discussion, but if you are set on an offset take a look at the Peoria cookers. they have a 24 x 48 backyard model that has an insulated firebox option.

http://www.peoriacookers.com/custom-...rd-cooker.html

Also, R&O makes some nice looking pits. I don't think they have a backyard offset but can probably make one.

http://www.rittersbbq.com/page15.html
beat me to it, those peoria cookers look nice ,love to have the mmif.
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