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I've had my pit for about a month now and seasoned it the first time I fire it up. I've cooked on it twice now since then and all is good with what I've cooked. First was a brisket and second was two racks of ribs. Here are some pictures of the inside of my pit and just wanted to see if it is normal..
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Looks normal for a new pit. What knind of pit is it? How about a pic of the whole pit.

Happy smoken.

David

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OK I was want to make sure first time with a new nice smoker...its old country BBQ pits
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J looks good to me. i have one of the old country ones to. very nice pits. i bought the ranch hand model and it works great! the inside looks normal. have you tried a boston butt yet? takes a while but it is so worth it! how is yours in the wind? i found mine can be a bit finiky i have to thrn the stack into the wind and the fire box away from it due to drafting but not a big deal.

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