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A different pig cooker design.

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2nd version

 

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1st version

 

 

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Both have 3/4 inch pip burners. The older one I used a portable band saw and cut slots every 1/2 inch. The newer one I used a sawzall and cut slots every 1/2 inch.  The temp range of the older one is 200-510,Fahrenheit, the new one's range is 225-610 Fahrenheit. The older cooker uses a 25 lb high pressure regulator with a needle valve. The newer one uses a 10 lb adjustable regulator. so far both are cooking great.

 

 

 

Yes I saved the best for last..............

 

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NICE!!!

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jaw-dropping.gif   Man them are HUGE.. I take it they are specially for whole hog only?? Thats not you all purpose  grill is it?? Do you do THAT much whole hog you got two cookers?? Thats a lot of pig...

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Very nice. Love me some whole hog !!!

post #5 of 9

Great looking cookers Gunny!

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That looks fantastic!drool.gif

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Great Jobs on the cookers, Don!!!

 

Very Nice !!!

 

Bear

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Thanks,  the cookers can hold temps from 225 to over 500 degrees so they can be used for all purpose grills. I have a small grill from a big box store that I used for just the wife and I. I use the big one wehn we have more than 4 people.  Does a great job on chicken, especially with the bone still in. Hamburgers do not burn so they stay moist and juicy. Tkes a little longer to cook but taste better.

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