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Unread 01-07-2014, 07:54 AM   #17
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I use royal oak lump or humphrys lump, you will get longer burns out of briquettes but its a gravity fed so who cares?

to me if i am going to smell something cooking for hours i love real lump, the smell along with whatever is cooking gets my vote, very little ash, and if i have some in the shoot when i am done, i just leave it in there until i start it up again, if i do that with briquettes they swell from moisture, and can jam.

i dont really have any issues with jams, from lump i used to break up bigger pieces, but now i have a bar for clearing them, i can tell if its not keeping temp to run it up and down the shoot and in 15 min all is fine.
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