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A simple 1x1 piece of red oak 12" long was balanced on a blade and it did so very near the center. It then went upright into a tray of water 1" deep. At one hour the balance point had changed considerably. At 10 hours the balance point stopped moving toward the wet end. At 12 hours the balance point was moving back toward the previously dry end. Stabilization took 16 hours and the final balance point was just over 3/4" from the center.

Feel free to repeat the experiment as it takes next to nothing and very little time.
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Thanks for the posting!!
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Originally Posted by pinkfloydsteve View Post

Seems like the electric is the most convenient ! No plans to use my smoker outside my backyard. Was looking at the Masterbuilt electric smoker with a remote control thermostat. Anybody know about this model ?

 

Well, until your power goes out.

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I'm from Philly...what was the question?:biggrin:

 

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Yesterday at 8:39 pm

Black,
I just wanted to let you know I had to edit one of your posts and delete a link. As per @TulsaJeff and our User Guidelines, offsite links are not permitted to be posted on this forum.
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That's OK, edit my posts as you like :deadhorse: 


Edited by Black - 10/17/13 at 5:26am
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Here is the question :super:

Yes I know I was being a wise guy, just tormenting a neighbor, I figured he got his answer already.

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