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Old 07-21-2019, 11:28 PM   #16
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The cook chamber is small but on the other hand the advantage is it gets up to temp quickly - I actually used it tonight and had to hustle up two monster tomahawk ribeyes for a family gathering and they turned out great.

I think it would be perfect for reverse searing a couple tri-tips; I have never done wings on it as I like my Weber 26 with a vortex for that.

I would also say it’s pretty much hands off but if you like to fiddle a little bit you can mess with the spinners and the full length damper, and easy access to the firebox allows you to move coals or pieces of wood around if you wish.

Great little cooker IMO especially if you’re looking at <$500.
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Old 07-22-2019, 12:28 AM   #17
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STLSPORTSTER, what's he asking for that?
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Old 07-22-2019, 12:31 AM   #18
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sorry, i saw it, pick it up
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Old 07-22-2019, 07:17 AM   #19
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Steel cookers have a coolness factor that is hard to replicate.
My vote —buy it.
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I will help you. Go by the Good One, and I will help clear a spot by taking that crappy old Lang off of your hands. That sounds like a win-win...right?
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I will help you. Go by the Good One, and I will help clear a spot by taking that crappy old Lang off of your hands. That sounds like a win-win...right?
Clearly summer vacation has eroded your mind. Thankfully school will start in a few weeks and you can get back to work where you are safe..

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Clearly summer vacation has eroded your mind. Thankfully school will start in a few weeks and you can get back to work where you are safe..
Yeah, that is it, I am sure...

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I like my good one


I mainly use it for smoking and reverse searing, don't use it much as a regular grill, although you can grill in the firebox, but I think Weber is better


The smoke chamber has 2 shelves, but lower shelve is cooler, so you will need to rotate, but i don't think it's much of an issue.



Surface rust is pretty common with them, mine is always covered when not in use and has few spots, but not a big deal
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I like my good one


I mainly use it for smoking and reverse searing, don't use it much as a regular grill, although you can grill in the firebox, but I think Weber is better


The smoke chamber has 2 shelves, but lower shelve is cooler, so you will need to rotate, but i don't think it's much of an issue.



Surface rust is pretty common with them, mine is always covered when not in use and has few spots, but not a big deal
Same here with the surface rust.

Also I find the cleaning out ash pan a pain in the butt since mine has the charcoal grate attached - it’s easy enough to remove from the firebox but dumping the charcoal is messy.
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If it helps I bought one in better shape than that for $200. $400 seems a bit high for that one. Most folks wouldn't recognize it as s smoker.
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If you have to ask the answer is yes What did your wife say
The wife came with me to look at it...she was also concerned about the water in the ashpan, but she didn't say no.

When she asked where i would put it, told her I would get rid of the gasser....she says, but what if you want to do a quick cook? She's always thinking!
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If it helps I bought one in better shape than that for $200. $400 seems a bit high for that one. Most folks wouldn't recognize it as s smoker.
Ok...you win. Not worth it for $350.
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Mikahil set the bar pretty low. No way he takes $200 if its listed for $350.

I basically have to say...I know you probably will be insulted, but if you can't sell it and just want it gone I will give you $200.
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