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Conversion of ECB

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The store-bought elec Brinkman appears to have evolved from the Gourmet version. Has anyone had any experience in converting the bottom of the line, el cheapo version?
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I have the "gourmet" version and have done nothing to it but drill two holes just under the top grate to insert a temp probe. I use it to monitor the temp of the smoker at the meat level.
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The only "conversion" my 1975 "absolute bottom of the line ECB" will ever see is when it finally goes to the scrap dealer - converted to razor blades or the left front fender of your next new car. And that is a lot of smokin' down the road. PDT_Armataz_01_28.gif
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I have the same smoker. Charcoal though. drilled some holes in the charcoal pan for better air flow. Took the legs off and set it on concrete blocks so I can have access to the coal pan. The gourmet version took care of this problem.
Now that I know the supplied temp gauge is 65* low, I will planning on adding another temp gauge, if I can find one.
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