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1500 Watt Dbl-Door 3-grate Brinkmann w/external grease pan

bilder

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Wonder how well it holds temps.  I like the lower door feature.  Change out the chips without letting all the heat and smoke out of the top of the unit.

Not a bad price either.  Only three racks, but for the average family it should be fine if it works well.
 

forluvofsmoke

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Depending on the thermostat, it shouldn't have real bad temp swings with a water pan. The 1500 watt element should pack a good punch for cooler weather, too.

The thing to remember is, there are virtually no commercially built smokers under the $1000 range that won't need at least minor mods and a bit of tweeking to get fairly decent performance.

Yea, for the money spent, this looks like a really good grab for someone just getting started, or as a back-up rig.

Eric
 

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