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Unread 03-22-2013, 05:30 PM   #16
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Where did you buy the charcoal ring from?

I'm definitely ditching the door and buying the CB door.

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It was also from CB it's the "22.5 Weber Smokey MTN. High Air Flow Coal Ring $35.00" bottom of the page.

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Unread 03-22-2013, 05:31 PM   #17
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i wouldn't bother with a new door. it is what it is. a new one won't work any different.

it'll sure look cooler though.
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It was also from CB it's the "22.5 Weber Smokey MTN. High Air Flow Coal Ring $35.00" bottom of the page.

http://cajunbandit.com/wsm-parts-mods/
Thanks for the link WWFB!

I'll have to snag the grommet kit too.

Where do you guys get the clip that holds your temp probe to the grate?

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Unread 03-22-2013, 05:40 PM   #19
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Congratulations. Just remember it's not how big it is, but how you use it.
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i wouldn't bother with a new door. it is what it is. a new one won't work any different.

it'll sure look cooler though.
There are 1/8 inch gaps on both sides of the door. I'd be stunned if they didn't leak.

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Congratulations. Just remember it's not how big it is, but how you use it.
Right on my friend

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Congratulations. Just remember it's not how big it is, but how you use it.
Jim you have quite the arsenal there.

I see a ceramic cooker in my future.

I love your avatar.

What I wouldn't give to have that old girl.

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Jim you have quite the arsenal there.

I see a ceramic cooker in my future.

I love your avatar.

What I wouldn't give to have that old girl.

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I would love to just see one of the old originals

Ceramics brought a new dimension to my outdoor cooking. I was very patient and picked the large up for $300 and the medium up for $110, both on Craigslist. Just keep your eyes open.
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There are 1/8 inch gaps on both sides of the door. I'd be stunned if they didn't leak.

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The thin metal bends easy. You can deal it up pretty well.
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The thin metal bends easy. You can deal it up pretty well.
Thanks OTH.

I'll use it tomorrow, but I'll probably get the SS door anyway.

Like Boogie say's, it'll look cool

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Default New WSM 22.5....this thing is big.......

Thin weather strip on the door might do the trick.

Anybody try that before?
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Got the clip for the probe from BBQ Guru when I ordered the DigiQ. I like it better than the potato I was using! LOL! Sometimes I run out of potatoes. You'll love the WSM.

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Congratulations Dave, that's a great looking smoker!
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Thanks Jeanie.

I'm dying to use it.

Going to try my first brisket tomorrow. Wish me luck.

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