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Unread 11-18-2007, 04:55 PM   #3
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Its been my experience that the cheaper(this is not a slam) offsets are fuel hogs and a great deal depends on weather conditions....I have 2 chargrillers that cook really well but, they like their fuel....I suppose you could tighten one up with gaskets and such. I'm just saving my pennies for a better one down the road.

Chargriller pro offset X 2
Brinkman Gourmet Smoker
7-N-1 r2d2 looking cooker(on loan never to be returned)
Slightly bent Weber kettle
Scratch and dent wally world Uniflame kettle
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