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fordman 10-17-2008 08:10 PM

I use that but still my sides don't get very much unless I stand it on edge they the top stuff falls off. seems like the more I move it around alot falls off.

Norcoredneck 10-17-2008 08:17 PM

Just so we are on the same page. coat it with mustard (wear disposable gloves). Sprinkle on rub, pat it in mustard. Do all over and you should be ok.

fordman 10-17-2008 08:18 PM

wear disposable gloves

Why where these?

Norcoredneck 10-17-2008 08:24 PM

I like my natural tan, not the jaundice look. :biggrin:

fordman 10-17-2008 08:28 PM

So when you rub do you move your butt all all around? Talking the pork one not your own LOL:-P:-P:-P:-P

Norcoredneck 10-17-2008 08:44 PM

Big Mista suggested using a bus tub from a restraunt supply. I rinse meat in cool water, smear on mustard. Another tip is to streatch a disposable rubber glove over mustard and seasoning containers to help keep clean. put meat in tub while slathering and seasoning. Helps contain mess. And yes I roll it around while seasoning. If first cook, will repeat advise. If you have a typical gauge on side shoot for 200 deg. which will give you @230 center grate. Limit lid off time. 8 pound butts should be checked 7 or so hours. Takes typical 8 on mine.

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Bbq Bubba 10-17-2008 08:46 PM

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Originally Posted by Norcoredneck (Post 760332)
Mustard slather, helps the rub stick.

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Originally Posted by fordman (Post 760336)
I use that but still my sides don't get very much unless I stand it on edge they the top stuff falls off. seems like the more I move it around alot falls off.

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Originally Posted by Norcoredneck (Post 760342)
Just so we are on the same page. coat it with mustard (wear disposable gloves). Sprinkle on rub, pat it in mustard. Do all over and you should be ok.

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Originally Posted by fordman (Post 760344)
wear disposable gloves

Why where these?

Nice of you guys to take the UDS thread for your own personal chat room. :twisted:

fordman 10-17-2008 08:49 PM

sorry my bad

Norcoredneck 10-17-2008 08:51 PM

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Originally Posted by Bbq Bubba (Post 760365)
Nice of you guys to take the UDS thread for your own personal chat room. :twisted:

Just raising my post count. :cool:
Keep reading you might learn something.

swamprb 10-17-2008 10:27 PM

You guys keep chattin' it up, I'll check back later and be sure to post #2000!
Anyone keeping up in the Social Groups or is the Chat Room the place?

Meat Burner 10-18-2008 12:04 AM

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Originally Posted by Bbq Bubba (Post 760365)
Nice of you guys to take the UDS thread for your own personal chat room. :twisted:

No offense brother but there is a 137 pages on this excellent threat...lighten up!!

fordman 10-18-2008 10:32 AM

Well meat on at 5:45. Not going as goood as test burn going from 220 to 250. Ended on putting foil over 1/2 of one pipe hole and adjusting the ball valve. With the valve shut and one hole open to high of temps and with all holes capped and valve all the way open to low of temps. Just went out to spritz not smelling very much hickory smell so don't know how much smoke flavor it will have. Also anyone thought of a rod out the side hooked to your fire box so you can give it a wiggle ever now and then? And one last thing the pipe nipples are getting welded in also valve one moves on me I thought it was tight but will be from now on. Hows that for a ramble?

Beerwolf 10-18-2008 12:39 PM

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Originally Posted by fordman (Post 760587)
Well meat on at 5:45. Not going as goood as test burn going from 220 to 250. Ended on putting foil over 1/2 of one pipe hole and adjusting the ball valve. With the valve shut and one hole open to high of temps and with all holes capped and valve all the way open to low of temps. Just went out to spritz not smelling very much hickory smell so don't know how much smoke flavor it will have. Also anyone thought of a rod out the side hooked to your fire box so you can give it a wiggle ever now and then? And one last thing the pipe nipples are getting welded in also valve one moves on me I thought it was tight but will be from now on. Hows that for a ramble?


One word........Decaf

garyk1398 10-18-2008 01:13 PM

"Also anyone thought of a rod out the side hooked to your fire box so you can give it a wiggle ever now and then?"

Good question...inquiring minds what to know? Anybody? N8man, norco, etc?

N8man 10-18-2008 02:28 PM

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Originally Posted by garyk1398 (Post 760686)
"Also anyone thought of a rod out the side hooked to your fire box so you can give it a wiggle ever now and then?"

Good question...inquiring minds what to know? Anybody? N8man, norco, etc?

During the Cook I just take one of the plugs off of the unused air intakes and stick a long screwdriver (18") in and wiggle the firebasket up and down then replace the plug.


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