Smoker Temp Gauge

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crewdawg52

Master of the Pit
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Feb 7, 2007
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Brighton, MI
Dont need a meat thermo, but my temp taker died on the Weber Kettle and needs a replacement. Anyone with suggestions on brands? Not one store here has any good ones, and I've looked. Probably need to get it online.
 
recommendations taken. Just ordered two myself.

Thanks for links and advice!!

Mike
 
Could be different levels on an vertical or for either end of a horizontal, they have different temps throughout them
 
Iv'e heard these are good one's
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I bought two 3" ones from the same guy off ebay. I love 'em, plus the 3" ones are calibratable.
 
as Richoso1 posted...I bought 3 of these 2 inch ones ,put 2 on my brink smoke n pit and 1 on my homebuilt,....all 3 were right on the money right out of the packages .good product for the money IMHO
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Ok good question. If you have a horozontal smoker like the Chargriller with SFB you would place one on the left and one on the right about an inch from grate level about 4 inches in. This way you know the temp at each side alowing you to adjust temp or move the meat around. In a verticla, on on top one on the botton centered. Same reason.
 
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