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Old 05-09-2008, 09:54 AM   #1
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Butts and Brisket

I have a luncheon I'm catering at work next Thursday, so I'm off today and want to get the meat done. Doing 2 butts and 1 brisket on the WSM today and will vac seal and freeze, then reheat at work on thursday. I am using the extension ring just to raise the butts up a bit from the water pan. No reason in particular, just easier for me to reach the bottom shelf this way. But I still have room underneath the butts with it if I wanted to add another brisket!

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Lookin' good, Larry. Queston: What's an extension ring?

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John it's something Finney designed and had a few made. They're simply rolled steel formed with the WSM dimensions. Here's another pic of it being used on the top rack. If you have two of them they will allow you to use a total of 4 grates on a WSM.

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John it's something Finney designed and had a few made. They're simply rolled steel formed with the WSM dimensions. Here's another pic of it being used on the top rack. If you have two of them they will allow you to use a total of 4 grates on a WSM.

In the first pic the handles are up, in the pic below they are down.

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Would love to get my hands on one of those extension rings. Would be more then happy to pay for one and the shipping
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If you have two of them they will allow you to use a total of 4 grates on a WSM.
Cool idea from the Finnmeister. Four grates on a WSM would give you great charcoal mileage!

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ahh, the Finney was ahead of his time....too bad he's dead now.
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ahh, the Finney was ahead of his time....too bad he's dead now.
I miss him
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If you have two of them they will allow you to use a total of 4 grates on a WSM.
Cool idea from the Finnmeister. Four grates on a WSM would give you great charcoal mileage!

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Well he also said he invented the "Reverse Sear"........................
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