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Old 07-01-2020, 07:37 PM   #1
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TSC has Rutland 144 count for $14.99. If you spend over $29 they have free shipping to home (or at least they did a few days ago).

https://www.tractorsupply.com/tsc/pr...s?cm_vc=-10005
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Old 07-01-2020, 07:50 PM   #2
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Thanks. I’m down to my last two rows of Weber cubes
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Old 07-01-2020, 07:54 PM   #3
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Thanks! I will be stopping by there tomorrow.
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Do they smoke a lot? Are they similar to Weber cubes?

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Haven't used these, but it doesn't appear they're quite the same as the Weber ones:

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I will bite the $15 bullet if I can get a box tomorrow. My local stores shpw this product in stock. I use the Weber cubes regiularly so I think I can give a decent comparison review. I will post tomorrow evening.
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They are like the Kamodo Joe ones. I first saw the KJ on a demo of the MB560 by a KJ rep using them. So I figured good enough for me
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Opps, no they don't smoke a lot that I noticed
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Fire is started. Wow these got chimney hot quick. I used two Squares propped up between two briquettes. I can't do a smoke no smoke eval. I had some older half used xtra chunks in bottom of chimney and a few good pieces of leftover lump. Smoke may have been that. No problem starting a fire though. Everything clear in about 12 minutes

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Thanks for the link. I use these all the time, ordering a two pack from Amazon once a year but the Tractor Supply deal is better. I normally cut them in half and light the Kamado in 4 places.
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Thanks. I’m down to my last two rows of Weber cubes
Just picked up a new box myself. Love them!
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Brethren, these came stacked in the box no cellphone plastic wrap etc. they good to be stored like that? Or should they be placed in zip lock? Kind of like non wrapped Graham Crackers
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Brethren, these came stacked in the box no cellphone plastic wrap etc. they good to be stored like that? Or should they be placed in zip lock? Kind of like non wrapped Graham Crackers
Where were they at in your store? I couldn't find them in one store earlier. I asked the teeny bopper working there and he said "if we have them, they will be in the middle somewhere". Even with his excellent advise and direction I couldn't find what I was looking for.
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On an end cap with fatwood, gel starter etc. across aisle from Bbq stuff. Near but not with
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