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monkeyboat

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Just joined the forum a couple of weeks ago, I have read posts on occasion for a couple of years now. I have an OK Joe's Highlander and have not been disappointed. Was wondering if anyone has ever used the charcoal grates under the cooking grates for smoking meat. Looks like it would be a good place to put a loin or two.
 

SFLsmkr1

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Welcome to the SMF neighbor. Ft Pierce here
 

jcam222

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Welcome from Ohio. I’m not familiar with your smoker but someone will come along that is.
 

SmokinAl

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Welcome to SMF!
Just a little west of you!
Not familiar with your smoker, but why not just use the cooking grates?
Al
 

gary s

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Howdy and Welcome from East Texas and the best site on the Web.

Gary
 

noboundaries

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Howdy, from California. Glad you're here from a place that brought back some amazing memories of my younger self.

Enjoy the forum and the nice people.

Ray
 

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