So, I'm going to be smoking some pork spare ribs this weekend and want to smoke some wings at the same time. Most of the suggestions I have found here say to smoke the wings for an hour and a half or so at 275 or 300+. But, I won't be able to do ribs at the same time at these high temps. Has anyone smoked wings at a lower temp, like what would be used for ribs (225-240)? If so, for about how long (to reach 165F)? My understanding is that the 275 or 300+ for shorter times is to avoid rubbery skin on the wings. My plan is to smoke 'em, sauce 'em and then grill 'em for a couple minutes. If I smoke them at a lower temp then grill, this should take care of the rubbery effect from a lower temp smoke, right? Or am I setting myself up for failure trying to smoke wings at rib temps?