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Old 03-26-2005, 03:54 PM   #11
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Soon as I figure out how to post them they will be on the way. I'm dumber than a stump when it comes to this computer jazz.
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Old 03-26-2005, 03:54 PM   #12
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I take it your cooking direct.Corect? If so what kind of pit? ie with or with out a cover.How much space from the top of the coals to the bottom cooking grate? Where and how large are the dampers on the pit? Why the drip pan if your useing a coverd pit? What kind of fuel for the fire? How big of a pig do you do on avrage? I can take you to great pig skin but need a little more info. 200 to 225 is a little on the low side.Unless you are into drinking brewskis all night :biggrin: I'll help all I can. Just need a little more info.
Cooking indirect....covered custom built gasser that I modified to add smoke. The burners are about 18 inches from the concave drip pan which lies beneath the grates (about 3 inches). Because it's gas, there's no dampers. The average is between 75 and 100 pounds.
We pretty much drink all night, but that's not a necessity.
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Old 03-26-2005, 04:15 PM   #13
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Sorry I can't help at all. I'm old school. I have my own opinon's of gas hogs and any thing else cooked with gas and called barbecue. I find it better to keep them to my self as to avoid a huge war I do use gas in a holding pit when catering but that's just to keep finished product in a coverd pan for holding.
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Fair enough.
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Lude, Welcome to a great forum! Hope to meet ya someday! Woody
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Old 03-26-2005, 07:24 PM   #16
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Lude, Welcome to a great forum! Hope to meet ya someday! Woody
That's sounds kinda strange WoodStalker.
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Thank goodness somebody qualified anough finally asked!
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Cappy, I always thought you were adequately qualified in my book!? Everyone has opinions!
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Cappie,
I always thought you were qualified for everything except lighting a gas fire.
But no that you have gotten instructions from Greg you should be okay.
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