Does anyone know if the Tel-Tru Thermometer will work with the Smoke Hollow PS4400 Propane smoker without an adapter kit?
If you really need it checked, I can pull my thermometer tonight and make some measurements. And you might think about a different model. That one is set more for grilling. One like the BQ225 might be better, It starts at 50 and goes to 500. Remember your gauge is going to spend most of its life in the 175-300 range. Depending on how you smoke.