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post #21 of 25
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Originally Posted by bfelgar View Post

Bearcarver,

 

Mine's 5 5/8" too.  (brain fart)


Yup, Todd asked me how wide that space was in my old MES 30. I told him mine was 5 5/8", but some might be slightly less & some slightly more. I told him I wouldn't make it wider than 5 1/2". Then he made them 5 3/8" for that reason, and another sizing reason. It should now fit there in ALL MES 30s.

 

 

Bear

 

post #22 of 25
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Originally Posted by bfelgar View Post

Yea it fit on the bars perfectly.  Looks like it was designed specifically for that model of smoker.   The triangle rows should help from row jumping, although I am a completely new owner and only going on logic.  do you think the difference between pellets and dust will be longer or more smoke?  Or is it just for convenience?



Bear gave me the dimensions of his MES 30, and  while designing my new gadget, I made it fit on the rails of the MES 30.

The new design for the dividers keep the rows from jumping at temps up to 275°, as Bear stated.

Pellets produce more smoke than sawdust and are not as combustible during hot smoking. 

The new A-MAZE-N-PELLET-SMOKER(AMNPS) holds 6 oz. of sawdust or 1# of pellets.

 

You'll have plenty of smoke if you light (1) row for your pork buts this weekend.  Light the row closest to the inside wall.  You may have to make a heat shield out of foil and place it between the AMNPS and the chip pan housing.  Also, water in the water pan causes too much humidity inside your smoker, and the AMNPS won't work properly.  If you think you need extra moisture, inject your butts.  Install the water pan  and place your pork butts on the racks so the juice does not drip on the AMNPS.

 

 

Todd

 

 

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post #23 of 25

Todd your new size is not on your website. How can I get one of these as I have a MES30 and this seems to be the  thing. I have a 6 X 6 already but would sure go for this one.

post #24 of 25

That cheese looks perfect. And it has no creosote. Now the hard part. Waiting 2 weeks.

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