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Old 01-19-2014, 09:16 PM   #4
ShencoSmoke
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Join Date: 07-02-13
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I am biased because I own a Jambo backyard, let me get that out if the way. I have a good friend that has a lang 48 so I am familiar with both pits. My take is that the Jambo likes to cook hotter, the sweet spot is between 275-325. It can easily be adjusted using the stack, not the intake like the lang. The Jambo fire box is bigger and insulated. The lang seems to like lower temps, so you might want to think about how hot you want to cook. I also like the 2 small doors on the Jambo, but some would argue that they like the lang door because it offers better access. They are both good pits, you can't go wrong.
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