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Unread 09-24-2013, 02:08 PM   #21
tjack
Is lookin for wood to cook with.
 
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Yeah, they look pretty top heavy and I don't want to think of the damage they would cause if one fell on you.

How do most of these smokers hold up to weather? I live in the humid South where rust is your constant companion. Just ask my char-grill


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Originally Posted by eggzlot View Post
most gravity feds are heavier and harder to move around compared to other insulated cabinet smokers. I say "most" because I know pitmaker and spicewines are heavy, but compared to backwoods, humphreys and others, the gravity fed units are heavier and harder to move. If you plan on keeping it mostly in one place, its no big deal. If you want to move it around the yard, take it to competitions, then you need to consider how you are going to move it.
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