this was supposed to b on the original thread that I posted, But, not a guru, I messed up and it did not get there. as walking D kinda pointed out else where about the baby backs
this is what else it had to say. hope it helps..
By the way, these ribs
were sprayed with apple juice once and hour during the first phase and smoked last weekend using apple wood, cherry wood and dried pineapple rinds . Then more pineapple rind was used for smoke and they were glazed with Habanero Pineapple Texas Pepper Jelly during the final phase.
Mmmmmmmm.So 3-2-1 = 6 hours for spare ribs, 2-2-1 = 5 hours for baby back ribs (also called loin back ribs) or 2-1-1 = 4 hours for baby back ribs (depending on how you like them).