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Unread 08-21-2008, 02:42 PM   #16
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12 hrs in an SNP without re-fueling? That's pretty good! What mods ya got?
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Unread 08-21-2008, 02:54 PM   #17
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oh, i have to refuel the hungry beast.i just don't have to clean out the sfb much- all wood burning mod.
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Unread 08-21-2008, 03:06 PM   #18
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hanging out playing with fire and beer is part of the fun of what we do!
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And I thought a Pron was a big ole shrimp.
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..."shake that ash"...

Watch yourself! Show me what you workin wit!

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I don't believe most of those lyrics would work in Wood Pile, let alone Q talk.
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I removed my post, meant no offense, if i post something wrong shoot me a PM, I will make it right
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Old fart here got it.

BOT: Hey Rodney, sure hope you have better luck with the Cowboy lump than I did. Mine was mostly lumber scraps with not much good about it.
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Royal oak lump is a better bet. You'll make it through though. Keep an eye on it and buy more beer!
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Thanks for all the great suggestions -

Unfortunately - where I live in Okla, can't just run down to the store and get lump charcoal - so - when I was in the "big city" I bought some Cowboy cause it was what I could find. After I use it up - I'll definitely try to find some Royal Oak.

I've done a lot of work to seal up my SNP - new door on the firebox and lots of hi temp silicon seal around all the doors and between the bottom and top halves of the firebox and smoking chamber. I've put plates in the bottom of the smoking chamber to adjust the airflow and bought three good thermometers to keep track of the temps across the cooking chamber.

I'm going to throw a welding blanket over the firebox this weekend and see what happens.

I'm using a BBQGuru - and the temps in the cooking chamber are really staying consistant. I really love that little dude.

Gonna cook two slabs of ribs this weekend -

Thanks again for all the help

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