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Just got it-GOSM

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I just got my GOSM and fixing to assemble it tonight and cure it tomorrow. and on Saturday smoking my first Boston Butt!PDT_Armataz_01_22.gif
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Cool! Enjoy your new toy (Er- I mean cooking tool)!!!

Take care, have fun, and do good!


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Very Cool!! I will be waiting for the q-view.
post #4 of 13
Good for you! Can't wait to see the PIX
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Alright Petree! Now get that beasty built and lets see what it can do!
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Newbie got his smokin

icon_mrgreen.gif Congradulation on getting yours. I'm a Newbie too.
Put mine together the other night, seasoned it this morning, and cranked it up this afternoon with two slabs of ribs. Used Jeff's aked Rub recipe.
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so, how do you guys like this smoker? I have a brinkman 7 in one, propane piece of crap that burns way to hot, I have spent proably $100 on a new low volune burner, smaller orifice, new valve, etc. I am sick of fighting it, but I am afraid of just buying another problem with a new smoker. What do y'all think? icon_neutral.gif Terry
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Gratz on the new smoker, use it well and may your smoke always be thin and blue.
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I'm liking mine so far, but remember I'm a newbie also, and this is my first smoke. Should be ready after 9pm.
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results of my first smoke

Here's the finished ribs. What ya think?
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medicore at best! haha, just kiddin, they look great!! were you able to keep the temp between 225 and 250? PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif Terry
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No, I couldn't get the temps below 243-25. The outside tem was 101. Had the side vents closed as fas they would go, and the top vent open all the way. Took them off at 170 degrees.

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oops. That's 243-250.
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