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Jan 21, 2017

My name is Ross and I've although I just joined I have read a few threads already. I'm from kansas and needed a new hobby. So a buddy and I decided to build a smoker. Turned into more of a smokehouse by the time we were done though haha. Just doing the test run with 4 racks of spare ribs! So far doing very well holding temperature and keeping the draft going.
Welcome from SC, Ross. It's really good to have you here on this great site. That's a really nice smoker.

Good luck and good smoking, Joe. :grilling_smilie:
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NICE, That is why I joined and I can't say that I'm sorry or will be leaving anytime soon.... Welcome from the chilly Great White North....
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Thanks guys! I'm sure I'll be posting and reading here quite a bit! A couple of the racks of spare ribs got a little tough which confused me, I'm used to cooking on pellet grills so maybe something is different with actual wood and propane. But I did 3 hours at 190-200 and wrapped them for another 2 hours at 240ish.
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