For what it's worth, six 8lb pork butts will easily fit a 36 inch Camp Chef. I specifically bought Camp Chef because of the additional head room on the upper racks, the body is not cylindrical like Traegers are. However, I found the lower left butt cooked too fast so I had to rotate it. This was an overnight cook for a luau, put them in at 745PM. They were done at between noon and 2PM the next day. Nothing wrapped, spritzed with pineapple juice the first 3 hours. I used a Thermoworks Smoke thermometer, as well as the Camp Chef Wifi to keep track of temps, the Smoke alarm alerted me the lower left butt was 30 degrees ahead of the others at 3AM. 30 pounds of pellets used. The neighbors were impressed, but pellet grills make it easy.