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Unread 04-07-2009, 04:44 PM   #15
chad
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Considerations on stick-burners:
1. Have access to plenty of seasoned wood.
2. Be willing to stay up and tend the beast
3. Make sure it has the capacity you need
4. Refer to #1.

I have a stick-burner. I have catered with it and done parties with it. But, there are times a trailer mounted pellet pooper or other cooker requiring less TLC would have been most appreciated.
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