Lone Star Grillz 24x60 offset with pizza oven - $4500 - DFW, TX

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Original poster
May 16, 2022
Approximately 6 years old. I don’t have the original build sheet but this smoker would cost you $5,500-6,000 + tax + several month wait time to build. Oiled after each use. Little to no rust. Great smoker. Would trade for smaller smoker smoker (24x36-42") of same quality plus cash on your end. Very heavy. Will need help loading as it weights around 1,100 lbs. $4000 OBO. Cash only and/or trade.

www.lonestargrillz.com. Glad to answer questions.

Heavy duty locking casters
1/2” firebox
Pizza oven over fire box
Gas assist
Fire box fan port x2
I ran gas pipe in a grid pattern under the firebox grate to dristribute the air from the fans evenly
Thermometer probe ports x2 (1 one each side of cooking chamber)
tel-tru thermometers x2 (1 on each cooking chamber)
Pull handle
Folding tray table
2” ball drain valve
Custom and heavy duty charcoal box with baffles (gator pits style). Will cook all night

From LSG website:
Overall Dimensions:
93" length x 34" width x 63" height

Constructed from 1/4" thick new wall pipe (included)

Cook Chamber Dimensions:
24" x 60"

Square Firebox Dimensions:
24" x 24" x 22"

Product Details:
  • 2 sliding/pull-out food trays framed with angle in the main chamber
  • 1 22" x 22" sliding/pull-out food tray framed with angle in the fire box (adjustable)
  • Fully flanged doors to keep your heat inside main chamber
  • Heat deflector
  • Adjustable tuning plates to keep the temperature even from one side to the other
  • 1 Tel-Tru stainless steel temperature gauge
  • Stainless steel cool-touch handles
  • 2 industrial heavy duty 5" wheels and 2 heavy duty 5" swivel wheels for easy mobility (cart models only)
  • 24" x 60" lower log rack is framed in 2" x 2" x 1/8" angle can be used for your wood or anything you want
  • 1 1/4" drain with steel cap
  • 10" x 58" table
  • Fire box is ready for propane log starter
  • Painted with three coats of high heat paint
  • Adjustable 5" smoke stack
  • Total cooking area: 2800 sq/in.
  • Weight: 1100 lbs
  • Bottom grate: 27" x 23"
  • Top grate: 27" x 18"
  • Fire box grate: 21" x 23"
  • Brisket-8
  • Spare Ribs-12
  • Pork Butt-14
  • Whole Chicken-14
  • capacity is estimated and includes use of all available cooking space in the cooking chamber
Product Use:
The main chamber holds several gallons of water to steam and moisturize the meat while cooking. Drain out of the bottom cap when finished to clean out.


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I'm interested in your smoker. I have a 2 year old, Old Country Brazos that I'd trade. Please contact me.
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