Thanks in advance,
I picked up a cheapie last year on an "end of season" sale just to give myself the capacity to do more ribs on my Weber Kettle. The rack doubled my capacity in the same space. The rack makes saucing ribs at the end of a smoke with a thicker sauce a challenge, but is great for a thinner mop sauce.
When (or if) my cheapie wears out I'll most likely buy this one from Amazon.
Just be sure to spray any rack you get with oil before you load it with ribs in the smoker. Makes cleanup a breeze.
I just ordered two of these and should get them tomorrow. I will post pix when I get them, but I like the idea of being able to do 9 or 18 racks at one time and still having room on my lang for butts or chicken.
Here is the rack I got last week, site linked in my previous post. I like this a lot better than the other racks I have because it supports the length of the racks much better, keeps them straighter. It also will hold 9 racks whereas my others only would hold 6. More is better right. Base is 18.25 In. and width is 13 in. Nice heavy stainless steel with very clean welds. $39 bucks plus shipping.
In answer to previous question about rib placement, I usually put the thicker portion of the rib down because it supports the rack better than the thinner side down. I also put the thicker end of the rack toward the heat flow on my RF Lang. Hope this helps. Ed
Sorry for the picture I just to a quick shot so I could post. Yes it is just one rack, but has double vertical supports. The dimensions were taken from the bottom of the rack. I will try and take a better picture so you can see it better.