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Hi there. New to this forum. I have a question. I ha e had traegers, Louisiana and now I have a green mountain. I was wondering why my gmg goes through so much fuel.
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Originally Posted by keith91 View Post

Hi there. New to this forum. I have a question. I ha e had traegers, Louisiana and now I have a green mountain. I was wondering why my gmg goes through so much fuel.

What kind of pellets ya running thru your GMG ? What temps ya run generally ? I have a DB model & it's pretty conservative on pellets !
post #3 of 5
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I'm running JB. I use perfect mix pellets.I did 6 pork butts. 3 on my gmg and 3 on a traeger. Same temp and used almost twice as much. I like my gmg way better then my other ones just wondering if anyone else has the same problem with the jim bowie grill
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Welcome to the forum.

 

If you post your question here I think you will get more responses.

 

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/f/3141/pellet-smokers

 

Al

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How does the size of your GMG compare to the others?  Bigger grill means more surface area to lose heat from.  I would consider running the winter cover all year long.

 

Does the system temperature correspond to an independent thermometer?  Something may be off here.

 

Are vents/Chimneys adjusted the same way?  I would think more airflow through the system would use more fuel.

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