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    Old Country Bravos question

    Thank you. This is a great explanation.
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    Old Country Bravos question

    Thank you for the reply. This is exactly what I was looking for. It’s hard to find good information on this.
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    Old Country Bravos question

    Does it need to be modified? Dealer says no way but Jeremy Yoder (and others) say it’s a must. Your thoughts?
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    Offset, Cabinet or gravity fed

    I actually do the same with my pellet during the winter. Bought a welders blanket which can take very high heat. Works great to keep temps in check.
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    Offset, Cabinet or gravity fed

    Thank you Doug! I loved my pellet but it’s end of life and I’m ready for something new. I really wanted an an offset but folks kept on telling me how hard they are to manage and get good results. Maybe they have no idea what they’re talking about :) that’s why my gut says gravity feed as a good...
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    Offset, Cabinet or gravity fed

    Thank you so much for the information I was very nice of you provide that much detail My gut tells me to go with the gravity fed for several reasons. First is the ease of use. People have mentioned that the offset can take a while to get the desired results. I only cook 2-3 times per month...
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    Offset, Cabinet or gravity fed

    I am graduating from a 7 year stint with a pellet smoker. I enjoyed but the smoke flavor is limited. Visiting local bbq shop to look at old country bravos, old country gravity fed and Meadow Creek cabinets. I know each has its own positives and negatives but it would be great to get your 2...
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