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What size grate

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I have an old brinkmann upright smoker at the deer lease and can't remember the size of the round grates that go in it.
It has a coal pan on bottom, with a water pan that goes above it, and 2 cooking racks that go above the water pan. It has 1 door on it for adding coals. Dome lid with the lite push lock temp gage, it's about 10 years old.

I think it's like 16"-18" racks, but ain't sure. Anyone have a clue from my description?
Forgot to check this 2 weeks ago when I was at lease and heading out tomorrow for 1st weekend of gun deer season here, have a pork shoulder to cook at camp. Thanks.
post #2 of 6
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Nobody has one of these like this? Hell, lie to me.
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post #4 of 6

Sounds like you've what is often called an ECB (El Cheapo Brinkman). Wheither it is chacoal or electric, it appears the racks are the same. They are 15 1/2 dia.

post #5 of 6
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Yep, it's a cheapo, that's why its at deer lease. Thanks for the input fellas, I was leaning towards 16", so 15-1/2" sounds right. Its been at lease for 4 years and gets the job done.
We have a couple others, but all are usually in use at same time.
post #6 of 6

Yeah, in this case cheap doesn't mean useless. Not the easiest to use as it's nowhere near set and forget, but a true work horse.

 By the way, you were close. the main body is 16" dia.

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