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post #1 of 12
Thread Starter 

So anyone with a BJs wholesale membership knows BJs has always sold Brinkmann Trailmaster LEs w/ an exclusive 2nd rotating shelf. 

Landmann has always been a maker of upright fridge/box style gas smokers, but look what we saw in the store yesterday. 

 

 

ITS THE TRAILMASTER!
This thing is SO new, the picture on the box is photoshopped w/ their logo. 

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Looks like they upgraded the lid, maybe this wont need a gasket like the trailmaster did?

http://www.bjs.com/landmann-charcoal-barrel-grill-with-offset-smoker.product.287617

 

Long Live Brinkmann!

post #2 of 12

I cut my smokin' teeth on a old Brinkmann Smokin' Pit years ago. I will always be thankful to Brinkmann for making a smoker I could actually afford to purchase way back then.

If not for them I may have never gotten hooked on what is now a passion.

post #3 of 12
I'm interested, now if I can find one close to me. I also would like to know a little bit more about material and thickness
post #4 of 12
Thread Starter 

well... heres how to find their stores. 
http://www.bjs.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/LocatorIndexView

And its a brinkmann trailmaster, so a little thicker than 1/8". 

Everything is screwed on so youll need RTV gasket seal. 

post #5 of 12
Is that the same as the Char-broil or whatever the name is at HomeDepot?
post #6 of 12
Thread Starter 

i dont understand your question. 

Charbroil is entry level $99, 150 and $200 smoker models with less than 3/16th "steel" , High end Charbroil is actually Oklahoma joes, which has 1/8".

Brinkmann Long horns used to bridge the gap at $330 with thicker steel, but no welding. I had my longhorn for 2 years and it was amazing until my awning collapsed with 2k lbs of snow crushing it. 

This new smoker i saw at BJs is BETTER than brinkmann, becuase it has the better beveled lid so you wont need to buy a gasket. 

post #7 of 12
Okay, there is no BJ by me. I saw something that looked identical at HomeDepot but different brand. I thought the brand was CharBroil.
post #8 of 12
post #9 of 12
Thread Starter 

OK joes are owned by Charbroil. 

If you buy any Charbroil product, get a OKJ, do nto get anythign with charbroil on it, thats entry level and thinner steel. 

Now that image is the OKJ highland. thats 40% smaller than the Brinkmann Trailmaster, Landmann Smokeymountain, OKJ Longhorn. 
Highlands do not have 879 in smoking space. they are including the firebox as cooking space. 

post #10 of 12
Actually I have a Brinkmann that looks the same and I bought it from BJs. I think these are sold by BJs in this style?!

quote name="DavidSKi" url="/t/244356/brinkmann-fans-landmann-has-picked-up-the-torch-for-you#post_1547650"]i dont understand your question. 


Charbroil is entry level $99, 150 and $200 smoker models with less than 3/16th "steel" , High end Charbroil is actually Oklahoma joes, which has 1/8".


Brinkmann Long horns used to bridge the gap at $330 with thicker steel, but no welding. I had my longhorn for 2 years and it was amazing until my awning collapsed with 2k lbs of snow crushing it. 


This new smoker i saw at BJs is BETTER than brinkmann, becuase it has the better beveled lid so you wont need to buy a gasket. 
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post #11 of 12
Brinkmann was using that beveled lid for over a year now. It's not new.
post #12 of 12
I just saw the vertical one at bass pro shop under a different name I believe it is smoke canyon
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