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Unread 06-12-2008, 10:50 AM   #22
ole'e
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Default BWS vs SW

I own a backwoods competitor. Either one that you decide on you will be getting a quality piece of work. The inner frame of a backwoods is all steel with the outside being a light wt. sheeting. I can cook on my backwoods for 12hr on 10lbs of lump charcoal. However on a backwoods competitor you can not get a full pan in unless you bend the tabs on the end. The BWS competitor weighs 350lbs, so it would be better to roll it up on trailer. Shipping will be closer to you in GA from LA. Mike is a very gook guy and stands behind his product. He will build the cooker as you like. As you can tell in the south the BWS is very popular. The BWS in the south is like the Goodone is in KS. I have been very pleased by my cooker and have no regrets.
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