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Old 06-16-2006, 04:36 PM   #1
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Day off Cook

With new mods in place I decided to give it a try.
We have Wolfe chickens. 1/2 rack of Wolfe ribs and !/2 rack of Ddog ribs


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With new mods in place I decided to give it a try.
We have Wolfe chickens. 1/2 rack of Wolfe ribs and !/2 rack of Ddog ribs


SAVE THAT PICTURE!! Your grates will never be that clean again! Got any bigger pics?
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Old 06-16-2006, 04:53 PM   #3
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I am having tech difficulty. I think I got the mods fixed though
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Old 06-16-2006, 09:53 PM   #4
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Here is the finished birds with one big pic for Joker. I had some issues with the modifications to my chargriller. The temp read 230-250 deg for the entire cook which was good. As a matter of fact I had trouble keeping the temp above 230 deg. The problem was that the chickens looked like they were cooking at 260-280.
It took 3 1/2 hours to bring the internal temp up to 174 deg which was expected but During that time I flat burned a rack of bb's to a crisp. :badgrin: I am going to have to tweak the baffle some. The smell of oil burning off the fire box was another unexpected problem. The steel I used for the baffle was not galvanized but I think it was producing a bad smell. Live and learn.



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Old 06-16-2006, 11:04 PM   #5
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So you pimped her out huh Cliff =D> =D>

What kind of steel did you use for the baffle?

Joker's chicken pic looked great =D>
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=P~ =P~ Looks great.
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What kind of steel did you use for the baffle?

I used a light weight weldable steel from Lowes. It was not galvanized but I am almost sure it is giving off a fume. I think I will replace the baffle with something a little heavier and maybe something with some rust on it just to be sure I am going to replace the aluminum angle with steel also.
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Here is the finished birds with one big pic for Joker.
Thank you!! That looks fantastik!! =P~
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Old 06-17-2006, 07:39 AM   #9
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Bravo. You cant go wrong with Wolfe Rub on ribs. Great pics.
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Well done =D>
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Looks scrumptious for sure!
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What kind of steel did you use for the baffle?

I used a light weight weldable steel from Lowes. It was not galvanized but I am almost sure it is giving off a fume. I think I will replace the baffle with something a little heavier and maybe something with some rust on it just to be sure I am going to replace the aluminum angle with steel also.
I did what Bruce said, use a cookie sheet, it worked fine for me

I haven't told the wife yet :hide:
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I did what Bruce said, use a cookie sheet, it worked fine for me
Metal with non stick coating or heavy foil ?
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I did what Bruce said, use a cookie sheet, it worked fine for me
Metal with non stick coating or heavy foil ?
Metal with a non-stick coating, use the biggest one you can find, you can cut it down to the size you want, even if it stretches half of the cooking chamber it will still work
We don't have that much space on the damn thing anyways, but it helps!
Fire bricks are positioned right as far as I can see
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