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Old 09-16-2013, 12:52 PM   #1
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Hey BOB IN FLORIDA

Hey bob can u give me run down of stump monster. How it cooks, how you like it, ect ect. I mean, I would like to know everything
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Old 09-17-2013, 12:30 AM   #2
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Hey bob can u give me run down of stump monster. How it cooks, how you like it, ect ect. I mean, I would like to know everything
It cooks VERY well. Nice, pretty even heat across the grates and the mass of the tuning plates really evens out the spikes and drops with the ambient temperature spikes.

I haven't had the chance to fill it up with meat yet, and right now I can't move it out of the carport to cook on it because I have a trailer sitting in the way. So, right now I'm learning to cook on the Mini Stumpster and the 2 Stump's Stretches that are on the trailer (the Stretches are for sale so that the Monster will fit where they are presently on the trailer).




Here are a couple of pictures of my "Biscuit Test" on the Monster, showing the even-ness of the heat across the grates.









It's a little HOTTER on the firebox side (because I did NOT completely follow the directions for spacing the tuning plates at that side ), and a little cooler in the front by the door, because the door is only 1" insulated while the rest is 2".

The mass of the 1/2" thick by 6" wide by 28" length of the tuning plates (6 of them) will let it hold heat for about 4 hours after the fire goes out.

I am missing it while waiting to sell the Stretches, but I intend to cook at least one hog on it between Thanksgiving and Christmas.
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Old 09-17-2013, 01:17 PM   #3
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Thanks for the info on that one. Looks excellent.
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Old 09-18-2013, 04:32 PM   #4
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It cooks VERY well. Nice, pretty even heat across the grates and the mass of the tuning plates really evens out the spikes and drops with the ambient temperature spikes.

I haven't had the chance to fill it up with meat yet, and right now I can't move it out of the carport to cook on it because I have a trailer sitting in the way. So, right now I'm learning to cook on the Mini Stumpster and the 2 Stump's Stretches that are on the trailer (the Stretches are for sale so that the Monster will fit where they are presently on the trailer).




Here are a couple of pictures of my "Biscuit Test" on the Monster, showing the even-ness of the heat across the grates.









It's a little HOTTER on the firebox side (because I did NOT completely follow the directions for spacing the tuning plates at that side ), and a little cooler in the front by the door, because the door is only 1" insulated while the rest is 2".

The mass of the 1/2" thick by 6" wide by 28" length of the tuning plates (6 of them) will let it hold heat for about 4 hours after the fire goes out.

I am missing it while waiting to sell the Stretches, but I intend to cook at least one hog on it between Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Only one Stretch left now. I sent you a check FedEx today!! Thanks BoB
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Old 09-18-2013, 10:46 PM   #5
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Only one Stretch left now. I sent you a check FedEx today!! Thanks BoB
Thankee Kindly. I'll clean it out for ya and get it up to Stump Town for crating and shipping. You'll love it right along with your Monster.
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Old 09-19-2013, 08:15 PM   #6
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Ok..where is the finders fee on this deal?
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Old 09-21-2013, 12:54 AM   #7
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Only one Stretch left now. I sent you a check FedEx today!! Thanks BoB
Got it, Thanks. I have someone coming to look at the other one tomorrow. Remind me, once again, which one do you want? Hinge on the right like 98% of the others built, or hinge on the left, a limited edition model? Oh, and wheels, do I need to get you wheels, or will you be mounting it on a trailer? (I have talked to so many people that expect me to give them away).

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Ok how much is the firebox?
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Ok how much is the firebox?
It's built in. It can't be separated from the cooker.
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Glad to hear it aint optional.
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