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post #21 of 26

Art,

You really put that little gadget to the test

 

THX a Million!!

I mean that figuratively only.......pot.gif

 

 

Todd

No Creosote! A-Maze-N Smokers

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post #22 of 26

Just ordered the A-MAZ-N-TUBE-SMOKER. Pretty excited to give it a whirl in my GOSM.  I already have all his other gadgets - each and everyone perform admirably as designed. I love using my MES 40 for smoking sausage and cold smoking, but, I'm a bit wary of it's durability under a lot of high temp use. That's where the GOSM comes in. I had a great deal of difficulty keeping the AMNPS lit in the GOSM due to the gas burner being such an oxygen hog and not allowing me to keep the AMNPS lit and positioned so as not to take up valuable rack space for the stuff I wanted to smoke. As a matter of fact, I just kind of gave up on it in my gasser. The tube smoker and these reviews are giving me a great deal of optomism that this little dude will finally do the trick for me  Should have it in a day or 2. Placed the order this AM. Got the shipping acknowledgement this afternoon when I got home from work. I don't think I've ever had to wait more than a couple of days for one of my orders from him to arrive right to my doorstep. Usually, with a little something extra in there that I didn't order, nor was charged for. It's just his way of saying he appreciates my business. He doesn't just say it. HE SHOWS IT AND SINCERELY MEANS IT!!  I hope he realizes just how much all of us that have had the pleasure of doing business with him, appreciate him and his outstanding customer service in return.

 

If you haven't tried his gadgets and products or experienced his customer service yet, you just don't realize what your missing!

 

ShortEnd

post #23 of 26

Wait, so a product was made to take the aggravation of balancing the temp and smoke tray away?  Ok.  And here i am ready to throw my smokers in the street.  Plus i can use it as a cold smoker?  I cannot wait for pay day.  Thanks for the review and heads up.
 

post #24 of 26

Hi TJ,

 

Does the tube come in shorter lengths to fit in the chip trays of propane smokers?

 

It looks long like it is designed for log burning smokers.

 

-CK
 

post #25 of 26
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Originally Posted by ConchoKitty View Post

Hi TJ,

 

Does the tube come in shorter lengths to fit in the chip trays of propane smokers?

 

It looks long like it is designed for log burning smokers.

 

-CK
 

 

The 12" seems to work well inside a propane vertical smoker.

Anything smaller, and you'll sacrifice burn time.

 

Here's a link:

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/124652/a-maze-n-tube-smoker

 

Brain is at high altitude too, and it chuggs right along

 

 

TJ

No Creosote! A-Maze-N Smokers

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post #26 of 26

Absolutely Amazn.

I'm wonderin' if the AMAZNTS would work in the vertical position with the lit end down, assuming proper oxygen flow.

Hmmmmm, visions of vertical off-set bullet smokers come to mind. (Think water heater tanks.)

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