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Unread 12-24-2013, 07:46 PM   #7
fireman_pete
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Thanks. I looked at the website, but did not see much information. Do they only have the one model on the gravity feed pits, or do they make a larger unit? I am looking for something that will cook 250 pounds (35+ butts)

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Pete


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Originally Posted by CivilWarBBQ View Post
If you have a Santa Maria you are covered for Tri Tip.

You might consider a gravity feed Limo model from Southern Q Smokers. Unattended cooking, takes full pans, thrifty on smoking wood which I know is harder to get on the left coast. Best of all, it's well with your price range, even shipped to California.

Over 40 GCs on Southern Q in 2013, so you know it will perform.

Disclaimer: My team is sponsored by Southern Q, so I am undoubtedly a bit biased. ;)
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