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Unread 08-14-2010, 07:13 PM   #1
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Default 1st time trying lump in a u.d.s.

I will be using lump charcol in my uds for the first time, going to do a couple 5# briskets. Any advice would be helpful and appreciatedIMG_0734.jpg Should i mix charcol and lump, does lump burn hotter don't want to ruin the brisket or dry it out. Tim
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Yes lump will burn hotter.
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Hey Tim, remember to only use a little "lit" fuel to get things going.
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Lump burns no hotter than the air you give it. Open the intake it gets hot close it it cools down same a briqs or burning straight wood. Only real difference is there is much less ash. I use the exact same settings on my UDS whether I use lump or briqs. Good luck
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Thank's, got it coming up to temp now.IMG_0731.jpg
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Cute dog...
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Lump burns no hotter than the air you give it. Open the intake it gets hot close it it cools down same a briqs or burning straight wood. Only real difference is there is much less ash. I use the exact same settings on my UDS whether I use lump or briqs. Good luck
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Love seeing UDS's that are actually still UDS's
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temp's can up quick, started throttling down about 200 it has settled in around 225. should i foil them at 160 being that there small 5#ers don't want to dry them out.pron later. Tim
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6 hrs temp holding 225-228 going to check in a hour going to foil at 160 and add alittle juice.IMG_3968.jpg
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Looking good so far flint!
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Looks great. Cant wait to see the final product.
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Looks good, I always use lump.
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