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  1. duke-wayne-fan

    First time ever doing a butt

    Today I smoked my first butt ever. It went great. I put a 7.5 lb butt on my Dyna-glo smoker around 1245 pm and pulled it off around 845. Kept my temps around 230-260. Wrapped it in foil at 160° IT and pulled at 200°
  2. Thunderbug23

    Newbie Need Help

    So I been cooking on a WSM Wanted a offset so I bought a Old Country Pecos because it was the best bang for your buck, so I’ve cooked on it 3 times having issues every time I close the door the fire goes out so I have to leave the door open half way and I'm getting 20 minutes before I have to...
  3. T

    reverse flow help

    my brother and I just finished our first reverse flow build, and had a small issue while burning it out the first time. We couldn't get even temps across the grates. It was running 25 - 50 degrees difference from end to end. Ill add some pics so you can see how it's built. Any ideas...
  4. T

    Stick burner help

    Last Summer I had purchased one of the original Oklahoma Joe's that was made in Perry Oklahoma. It 1/4" and the welds on it are impeccable. The smoker itself is in great shape and has no rust what so ever. One thing that I am having problems with is the heat distribution across the grate. I have...
  5. Jmt

    First butt, 7.5 lbs, Perfection thanks to SMF!! Q-view

    First of all, a big thank you goes to Bearcarver for his step by step. Another thank you to TulsaJeff for his outstanding rub recipe. The grill: M1 by Mgrills Fuel: White oak splits The meats: 7.48 lb. Boston butt from Sam's Club (wish I would have done 2 or 3 more, I had the room) The pics...
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