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Unread 05-27-2010, 09:05 AM   #1
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Default Small offset smoker/grill - Looking for - Need Advice

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I am looking for a smaller offset smoker/grill to leave at our barn - it will not be used as a primary cooker, I don't want to buy a throw away thoough. What would be the reccomendations for a resonably priced unit? Happened to see the offsets at Walmart last night and I want to spend more money on a decent unit, all of the smoker/grill's felt very flimsy and cheap!!! Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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meadow creek, but it's about 700, i think
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meadow creek, but it's about 700, i think

Look like nice units - do you know if the $700 is for the SQ36 or is it the TS60? I am willing to spend that much to get a nice quality unit that will last us.

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sorry about that, I lied, the sq36 is about $1000 once u add in the 2nd level grate, but i can vouch for it, it's a great, extremely well built little stick burner.
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Horizon 16" Classic. They're on sale at Bass Pro Shop Outdoor World for around $700. It's what I'd get if I was in the market for an offset.
http://www.horizonbbqsmokersstore.co...-Smoker/Detail
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Horizon makes really nice offsets from what I've heard. They have a 16" stick-burner for a little over $700.00.http://www.horizonbbqsmokersstore.co...ers/Categories
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A good one under a grand:

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And if you want to keep it forever:

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Plan B - might look into building a clone - just got a new mig and recently received my mig certification. Might look for some plans and start a small project!!
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