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Old 10-13-2013, 02:44 PM   #1
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Default ABS Barbecube

We are looking at purchasing a ABS Barbecube. I am looking for any comments as to how long of a burn time you get from lump charcoal. We would be using this in competition for Brisket most likely. We tend to do low temps 235-250. just trying to gauge off often we would need to add coal


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weber otg, lonestar insulated vertical,backwoods chuby.And a meat pin from lockhart texas!
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