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post #142 of 150

I have a Pit Boss 820 pellet grill.

 

    

 

It's has enough room for what I normally cook and is only $399 right now at Menards.  I would love to some day own a more expensive one, but for my budget right now this is great.  I have smoked chicken quarters, pork butt, ribs and beef brisket on it so far and all have turned out great.  

post #143 of 150
Big Horn. $299 at Runnings. Works awesome!
post #144 of 150

Just pulled the trigger on a Pelletpro 770 SS

Should arrive next week. Sweet deal on ebay at the moment.

post #145 of 150
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Just pulled the trigger on a Pelletpro 770 SS

Should arrive next week. Sweet deal on ebay at the moment.

Congrats - you gonna love it.  I've had the powder coat version for a little over a year now and am amaze at all the things I've been able to smoke and grill.

post #146 of 150

I had a traeger - it had different heat thru out the chamber, and thin walls. Took a little longer at times, and the fuller it was the better it cooked. I miss the fact it went up to 400 degrees sometimes.

post #147 of 150

Ive never seen that before - it looks heavy duty and should retain the smoke pretty good

post #148 of 150

Had a Traeger Junior with upgrades for 5 years,    

After an electrical fire on burn-in I added the digital controller. 

The JR is short and simple, so I built a new stand for it out of scrap TREX decking. 

I added wheels, a bottom shelf, cover tie-down hooks, and a folding front shelf .

 

 

The JR worked for a while but I needed more room and better temp control

Upgraded to the Cabela's Magnum (a.k.a. Camp Chef LUX) last fall.  Love it !!!

I mostly use the hi-smoke setting (220 deg) and 350 for cooks bit it is nice to have more set points..

It love that the COVER, side-shelf, bottom shelf, upper cook rack and  temp probe are all included in the box. Others make you buy those separately. 

I added a DLX 24" front folding wire shelf, led light and analog temp gauge in the lid.   (CC needs to start making a 36" shelf.)

 

Hopper dumps are getting common, but no one else has the external ash cleanout.  VERY HANDY!!!

Cabela's Magnum $699 to $799 so worth it. 


Edited by Joe Fenn - 3/14/17 at 12:52pm
post #149 of 150

RecTec- RT680 and RT300.

post #150 of 150

Love my Lil Tex. Bought new in 2012. Added an Ortech T100 digital controller and the fold down shelf. Absolutely the best smoker I have ever owned. My wife built me the Packers table out of a pallet. Go Packers!!!

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