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Old 08-14-2017, 09:09 AM   #1
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Default Hanging Ribs in a Humphreys - w/coupon code

We have made it easy to hang ribs in your Humphrey's. Specially designed racks and hooks you will be able to get 16 racks of ribs in a standard size smoker. Check it out for yourself!

Flash Sale for Brethren Members only: use coupon code "hangyourmeat" to receive Free Shipping on orders over $150.00. Sale ends 8/15/2017 at Noon EST. Offer can only be used on online purchases and cannot be used on the sale of a smoker.


Racks and hooks are all made of stainless steel. Hooks have a pointed end to easily pierce the meat.



You can also use these racks to hang whole chicken, bacon, ham and sausage.

Check it our on our website: www.humphreysbbq.com
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Old 08-21-2017, 02:31 PM   #2
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I really like the idea of a hanging rack/shelf. It would be great for hanging ribs for those who hang them.

But having the hanging bars run from side to side is more advantageous for hanging sausage, as you have better control over the area used in the smoker. I currently use 3/4" round stock (wood) with the top and bottom flattened.

I will think about your offer to make a custom rack. I will have to measure distance needed between the horizontal bars and get back to you.
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Are you hanging directly over the coals and what is the smallest sized cabinet you could a full rack of spares in?
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Are you hanging directly over the coals and what is the smallest sized cabinet you could a full rack of spares in?
Hello Kevin!
We have Humphrey's users doing it both ways with success, (with and without the waterpan). It just depends on what the user wants for an end product. To do full length ribs, we suggest a Pint, however a Battle Box would work just fine if you trim the length of the spares. After the cook area in the drums is less deep than a battle box with a drop in water pan.

For more customer/ Humphrey's users testimony, head over to the Facebook Users Group. Here's the linkhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/1471958859735178/
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Old 08-22-2017, 08:55 AM   #5
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I really like the idea of a hanging rack/shelf. It would be great for hanging ribs for those who hang them.

But having the hanging bars run from side to side is more advantageous for hanging sausage, as you have better control over the area used in the smoker. I currently use 3/4" round stock (wood) with the top and bottom flattened.

I will think about your offer to make a custom rack. I will have to measure distance needed between the horizontal bars and get back to you.
Bob,
You can also buy just the singles, shown in the bottom of the picture. This makes the rod span side to side.

Hope this helps!
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