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Unread 08-22-2013, 07:54 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by mikeleonard81 View Post
There has been quite a few first time pig roast in the last month. Have you tried the search an the bottom? I know 12guage has done 1 or 2 just this month or so.
^ yep, just search on " whole hog". Just for reference, I cook on a 120 gallon RF, it has a single door and +52" main cooking grate. I've done a few whole hogs in the 60 pound range, set them on the grate racer style, head off. I'm pretty sure I could fit an 80#-90# hog. Last one I did was about 60# and would have easily fed pulled pork to 50-60 folks (had 35 for luncheon and only ate 1/2 the pig). I plan on 60-75 minutes per 10 pounds (dressed).

Here is my last pig cook, you can see in the first few pictures there is plenty of room in a 120 gallon offset for a larger hog.
http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...d.php?t=168127
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