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Old 10-15-2005, 10:44 AM   #31
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I'm going where this should have went a long time ago!! Yeah some are getting 3x the cooking time in some of these tiny cookers like a BGE,big deal!!!!!!!Look at the real estate and figure it out.
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Your IP addy says you're in Canada but I would swear you're from St. Louis!! Have a nice day!
 
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See what happens when you get the charcoal basket out,i have nothing to do,and as long as i'm not from ohio i'm ok
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Old 10-15-2005, 11:42 AM   #34
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I'm looking to the day I can get a stick burner, but until then....
Even when I do get one, from what I have read, it would still be hard to load it up, and go to work for 12 hours with no worries. Am I reading that right or not? [-o<
It would in reality have to be able to burn for 13 hours for me. I can't wait to get one though.
It's just not going to happpen for 12 hours!
Man O' Man, I thought I was very pessimistic about the Guru! Geez! I knocked the Guru more than anybody, but after more research and listening to Freds podcast. I believe it will work and it will work well. Keep in mind, if you load the firebox up with logs you are only lighting a portion of the pile, not the entire load at once. The Guru will then light and burn what's necessary, when necessary. So a 12 hour burn could be an overly optimistic burn time, I just don't know until Fred replies to my e-mail. But if I could go 3-4-5 hours without adding a log or monitoring the pit, that would satisfy me.

One point I'd like to make and I'm saying this because I'm the guiltiest of all. If you have never tried a product and don't know anything about a product, (performance, effectiveness, burn time etc.) you shouldn't comment on it in a negative manner. (ie., "It's just not going to happpen for 12 hours"). How do you know?

The statement above is not valid about the Fab products!! :taunt: That for you Jim! LOL Just kidding you buddy!
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Hmmmm.... That one mighty tasty crow! =D>
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Old 10-15-2005, 01:12 PM   #36
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I hate asking dumb ass questions, although I realize you've all come to expect it. Will this Guru dealeo work with a Stumps smoker or does the gravity feed feature negate that? OR, will it make it even better potentially?

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Hmmmm...Good question. Not knowing how the gravity feed works other than what the name implies, I'd have to say I don't know ~ It might. Maybe them Stump boys or someone that knows more about how the GF works will chime in here.
 
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Hmmmm.... That one mighty tasty crow! =D>
Yeah, no biggie though I'm used to eating it!! LOL!!
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Had my fair share over the years as well!
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Yeah, no biggie though I'm used to eating it!! LOL!!
I know what you mean Larry. I've found that over the years I'm starting to develope a taste for crow. I find it goes best with distilled spirits.

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