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I just can't find the right smoker. I've been looking for a smoker that's gas fueled, requires little to no modding, has a tray big enough to a good amount of wood and on top of that it needs to be able to cook 1-2 racks of ribs without me cutting them into sections or fit a full sized pork butt/beef brisket. Looking to spend $200-300

 

I was looking at the barrel horizontal ones but their firebox isn't gas operated. Help please?


Edited by GMFarmer - 6/12/11 at 4:40pm
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Originally Posted by GMFarmer View Post

I just can't find the right smoker. I've been looking for a smoker that's gas fueled, requires little to no modding, has a tray big enough to a good amount of wood and on top of that it needs to be able to cook 1-2 racks of ribs without me cutting them into sections or fit a full sized pork butt/beef brisket. Looking to spend $200-300

 

I was looking at the barrel horizontal ones but their firebox isn't gas operated. Help please?

 

If you are determined to go propane, does the smoker need to have a firebox?

 

Glad you joined us GMFarmer, welcome to SMF! Look forward to future posts from you!
 

 

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If you are determined to go propane, does the smoker need to have a firebox?

 

Glad you joined us GMFarmer, welcome to SMF! Look forward to future posts from you!
 

 

 

Not necessarily. I just basically was looking for something similar to that kind. But whatever fits on what I'm looking for.
 

 

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Originally Posted by GMFarmer View Post

I just can't find the right smoker. I've been looking for a smoker that's gas fueled, requires little to no modding, has a tray big enough to a good amount of wood and on top of that it needs to be able to cook 1-2 racks of ribs without me cutting them into sections or fit a full sized pork butt/beef brisket. Looking to spend $200-300

 

I was looking at the barrel horizontal ones but their firebox isn't gas operated. Help please?

http://www.landmann-usa.com/vertical-smoker-sale.aspx

 

Here is the GOSM Big Block Propane smoker. 299 including free shipping. You can get a full packer brisket in it. It has 4 racks. I have one and love it.
 

 

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Get a rib rack and this one will fit the bill!   biggrin.gif  Well after you crack the piggy open. 

 

http://www.huntingdoncocustoms.com/hccmiofrefls.html

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@bmudd

 

That one is sold out :( Plus the 299 offer is over.
 

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Get a rib rack and this one will fit the bill!   biggrin.gif  Well after you crack the piggy open. 

 

http://www.huntingdoncocustoms.com/hccmiofrefls.html



That looks awesome! Wish is was a tiny bit bigger tho!

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@bmudd

 

That one is sold out :( Plus the 299 offer is over.
 



That looks awesome! Wish is was a tiny bit bigger tho!

 

 

Id call Landmann and see if they will still honor the offer since its still on their site. Cant hurt to make a call
 

 

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