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I just received my Old Country Pecos over the weekend - I haven't used it yet because I want to get a cover and the weather isn't quite appropriate but I had some concern - My smoker appears to be a little slanted towards the chimney size - Is this normal?

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Originally Posted by cdpromo1 View Post

I just received my Old Country Pecos over the weekend - I haven't used it yet because I want to get a cover and the weather isn't quite appropriate but I had some concern - My smoker appears to be a little slanted towards the chimney size - Is this normal?

Go back earlier in this thread and look for Franklin's YouTube link on seasoning a pit: looks to me like it does slant to the chimney.
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Happy Birthday to me :)
I came home with a new smoker! My first ever, hope I can turn out some half decent bbq.

It's a little dirty and has some light rust I will need to paint but talked them down to $339 at Academy so I think I did ok.



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