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 Does anyone have any experience with Gorilla Fabrication, in Charleston S.C. and know the quality of their smokers? I am kind of in the market for a big, portable rig. I have seen the Meadow Creek in person and I am very impressed by what I have seen from them, but they are a little pricy, given my current situation. I stumbled across Gorilla Fabrication on eBay, and I am impressed by the pictures, and the prices, but I have yet to see one in person, and haven't been able to find any reviews on their quality. I may have to make the trek to Charleston to see them for myself.

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Don't know of Gorilla, do you have their website?

 

For smokers, check out Lang also:

 

www.langbbqsmokers.com

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Nice looking units.....  Professional website.... Now all you have to do is find someone that has cooked on one.....   Me, living in Washington State, not a chance......    Dave

 

http://gorillafabrication.com/

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I know this is a little late to the show but for anyone else who is wondering about the quality of Gorilla Fabrication trailers I've seen them in person. They have very good quality and are super durable. As far as the trailers everything is made in-house. The frame, grill, smokers, and everything else is made in the shop in Charleston. I hope that helps. 

 

 

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Originally Posted by mikedixon View Post
 

 Does anyone have any experience with Gorilla Fabrication, in Charleston S.C. and know the quality of their smokers? I am kind of in the market for a big, portable rig. I have seen the Meadow Creek in person and I am very impressed by what I have seen from them, but they are a little pricy, given my current situation. I stumbled across Gorilla Fabrication on eBay, and I am impressed by the pictures, and the prices, but I have yet to see one in person, and haven't been able to find any reviews on their quality. I may have to make the trek to Charleston to see them for myself.

post #5 of 8

There is a lang 60 for sale this site,and check out Shirley Fabrication .They are both highly regarded smokers.

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I would bet they settled on a smoker after 3 years, just a gut feeling :)

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I would bet they settled on a smoker after 3 years, just a gut feeling :)

LOL you're most likely right. But then again,it took me a year and a half and only after coming across a deal on a used Lang 60 deluxe.

post #8 of 8
They look very interesting.

I would hope they had made a selection by now.......
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