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First cook on PB Series 4 Vertical

jcoleman66

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So finally found some time to try out the new smoker going with a single rack of St Louis Ribs. Trimmed them up to get an equal thickness. The ends were a little thin. Using 3-2-1 method using Meat Church All Purpose Rub. Setting on smoker is at 250 but probes are reading lower. Again this is a test so we'll see.

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SmokinVOLfan

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Looking good man nice smoke! I look at the Pitboss's every time I am in Lowe's. You enjoy smoking on it?
 

jcoleman66

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Looking good man nice smoke! I look at the Pitboss's every time I am in Lowe's. You enjoy smoking on it?
Thanks!! Yeah so far I am happy with the decision. My MES 30 died and I needed a replacement. Gotta get back to doing my bacon! Since it is a pellet there is a little learning curve. As to the quality of the smoker, I think it could be better. My door was a bit off and I was able to adjust. From what I am seeing on another forum folks have trouble getting customer service and parts. I was a bit hesitant since it is made in China (but what isn't anymore). I think eventually I will try and find a PID controller for it. One thing I do like is you can replace pretty much all the components easily.
 

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