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Smoke n pit vs smokin pro

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Both of them are available locally, which one should I get? Im pretty handy so making the mods on them wont be a problem. Which one is better?
post #2 of 6
Look at weight....Thickness of material....Mass etc.
Mass = greater heat retention ~~~ Greater heat retention = Better Cooking and less fuel. HTH

Fun!
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Thread Starter 
thanks, im still stuck. I was hoping for some personal experiences. From what i've heard though they're fairly similar.
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[quote=Mnola917;480124]thanks, im still stuck. I was hoping for some personal experiences. From what i've heard though they're fairly similar.[/QUTE]

I've had both. When it came time to replace my SNP, I went with the Chargriller. I like the cast iron cooking grates in the CG. I also like the ash drawer in the CGs SFB. I makes dumping hot ash during a long smoke very easy. I've done very minimal mods on mine & it cooks great.
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I've got a CG, but recently got to get a good look at the SNP. My observations are:
The CG Super Pro has a larger cooking area in main chamber.
The CG Super Pro entire upper half is hinged to open as opposed to just a door on the cooking chamber on the SNP. The SNP might retain more heat when mopping or spritzing food. On the other hand, could limit the amount and/or size of food.
The SNP has a larger firebox to smoke chamber proportion, may contribute to being able to get hotter temps/longer burn times.

Just my opinion.
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When I got mine, the chargriller was the clear winner because of the ash pan & the cast iron grates.
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