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New Braunfels smoker. How to tell???

post #1 of 5
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Found one one CL, it seems to be an older model horizontal style.  How can you tell if they are the pre char broil models?

 

Thanks

post #2 of 5

Mine has a name badge that says New Braunfels. The smoker is very heavy for it's size. It looks EXACTLY like the NBBD pictures you see online. I would guess the only real way to tell is the name plate.

post #3 of 5

The newer New Braunfuls seem to be made of heavy sheet metal

 I had the older one and like rick said .the older ones are alot heavier.

 They were made of rolled steel.

 The closest thing i can find to the older NB is the oklahoma Joe smoker.

available at acadamey sports. heavy steel w/ steel wheels and if i remember right $699

 retail.

post #4 of 5

This is a NewBraunsfeld --"RedRiver" model

 

 

[IMG]http://i407.photobucket.com/albums/pp159/bbqfans/My%20Smoker%20Equipment/newshots027.jpg[/IMG] 

 

It weighs about70# and holds heat great. This one is reverse flow modified,and re-painted

 

 

[IMG]http://i407.photobucket.com/albums/pp159/bbqfans/My%20Smoker%20Equipment/newshots026.jpg[/IMG] 

 

 

Hope this helps,and

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This is a NewBraunsfeld --"RedRiver" model

 

 

[IMG]http://i407.photobucket.com/albums/pp159/bbqfans/My%20Smoker%20Equipment/newshots027.jpg[/IMG] 

 

It weighs about70# and holds heat great. This one is reverse flow modified,and re-painted

 

 

[IMG]http://i407.photobucket.com/albums/pp159/bbqfans/My%20Smoker%20Equipment/newshots026.jpg[/IMG] 

 

 

Hope this helps,and


I fixed your links.

 

newshots026.jpg

 

newshots027.jpg
 

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