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Old 10-25-2014, 05:43 PM   #16
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I'm trying to figure out what size they need to be. I'm still uploading pics to the host site. I fired it up when I got home and it was running about 7-8 degrees difference end to end. The temp dropped a couple of degrees and I threw another log on. It leveled off right around 250 and stayed within .2, yes, that's 2/10 of a degree end to end. I can't believe how well built this cooker is! I knew they always look great but that kind of temp consistency is insane.
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