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View Poll Results: What is your main cooker?
Mass Produced Offset 15 9.32%
Custom Offset 23 14.29%
Ceramic - BGE/Kamodo 9 5.59%
Bullet - WSM/ECB 29 18.01%
Pellet smoker 13 8.07%
UDS 26 16.15%
Cabinet smoker - Spicewine/ Backwoods 26 16.15%
Gas grill 0 0%
Brick pit or Cowboy style pit 0 0%
Ground pit 0 0%
Santa Maria Grill 0 0%
Mass Produced Charcoal grill 6 3.73%
Old school horizontal drum 4 2.48%
Other 10 6.21%
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Unread 05-29-2008, 07:17 AM   #31
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Went with other for the Stumps...........it is cabinet style, but I don't think of it as the same as the spice & backwoods
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Unread 05-29-2008, 07:51 AM   #32
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What's below my signature, with the Old Country being my main rig.
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Unread 05-29-2008, 07:54 AM   #33
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Mostly use the large Spicewine, and my Backwoods Party.
I feel bad for my WSM, ECB and OK Joe's
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I voted other as I use my Weber for grilling and my UDS for smoking. The weber gets used more than the UDS during the week. The drum more on the weekend
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NBBD Stick-burner.
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Custom Spicewine vertical cooker. Larger than a Spicewine Medium but smaller than a Spicewine Large.
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This is my double barrel smoker. It was inspired by Country HB. I am itching to make a UDS now also, but my wife is none too thrilled about that idea. It will have to be made on the "down low". LMAO. My name is Victor and I am addicted to smoking meats and building smokers.
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You need to add UDG.
I know there are two of us out there.
Great grill BTW.
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Quote:
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You need to add UDG.
I know there are two of us out there.
Great grill BTW.
Do you have a picture of a UDG?
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Since you asked . . . . .
The side table is the top from a wine barrel, nice red wine stain to it.
The charcoal grate sits 6" below the cooking grate just like most grills.
The charcoal basket uses the same grate as a 22.5 Weber, just like the UDSs but I made it short because I do not need that much charcoal to grill.
The ash tray is removable with an ash bucket that slides in. I use a 100 lb marine magnet (I think it is that strong) to get the ash tray out. The lid is the top 6" of a closed head donor drum welded to the lid of a drum with the entire center cut out. So it has a built in 2" threaded exhaust hole.
It has 4 intakes, 3/4" closed nipples that I ran inside only the thickness of the conduit nuts so the ash tray could be as large as possible.
Shuts down pretty quick with the orange can over the exhaust and the intakes closed.

So I got twins that do both jobs for me.
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What brother J.D. Mcgee said..............except the giggle part.
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Since you asked . . . . .
The side table is the top from a wine barrel, nice red wine stain to it.
The charcoal grate sits 6" below the cooking grate just like most grills.
The charcoal basket uses the same grate as a 22.5 Weber, just like the UDSs but I made it short because I do not need that much charcoal to grill.
The ash tray is removable with an ash bucket that slides in. I use a 100 lb marine magnet (I think it is that strong) to get the ash tray out. The lid is the top 6" of a closed head donor drum welded to the lid of a drum with the entire center cut out. So it has a built in 2" threaded exhaust hole.
It has 4 intakes, 3/4" closed nipples that I ran inside only the thickness of the conduit nuts so the ash tray could be as large as possible.
Shuts down pretty quick with the orange can over the exhaust and the intakes closed.

So I got twins that do both jobs for me.
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Unread 05-29-2008, 08:21 PM   #43
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We use the wsm's. I have four of them but really only need two. what am I gonna do?
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UDS for Sensational Smoked Meats

UDG for Outstanding Grilled Meats

And the Schlong Tube Weber 18.5" just because it's so Spectacular

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Backwoods Party. Have many other cookers and they have all been very lonely since I got the Party this winter.
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