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Weber Smokey Mountain 22 in Black Charcoal Cooker Smoker by Weber at Fleet Farm - $349.00 YMMV B&M

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Fleet Farm in Wisconsin has these on sale in the store for 349.00 for the 22 inch and 299 for the 18 inch. They also have 10 % off for military and veterans until the 22nd.

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That's a nice discount off the usual $459.00. Too bad there are no Fleet Farms in my neck of the woods. I'd love to upgrade my 18" to a 22".

(I will note that the website still lists the usual price, so I assume one has to go into the store to get that price. And no shipping available.)
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Yeah store has the discount have a pic of it just couldn't figure out how to upload it
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This or the Pit Barrel Cooker?
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That's a nice discount off the usual $459.00. Too bad there are no Fleet Farms in my neck of the woods. I'd love to upgrade my 18" to a 22".

(I will note that the website still lists the usual price, so I assume one has to go into the store to get that price. And no shipping available.)
just curious, why the need for an upgrade to a 22"? Would 18" inch suffice for 6 adults?
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just curious, why the need for an upgrade to a 22"? Would 18" inch suffice for 6 adults?
Depends entirely on what you are cooking. If you're doing pork butts for pulled pork, you could easily feed more than 6 people. Probably ribs too. It's just that a rack of ribs sometimes is more than 18" across. Sure, you can curl them up (and use a skewer along with standing them on edge) or cut them into smaller chunks and use a rib stand to hold them in place. Sometimes, though, I would prefer just to have a whole rack that doesn't have a weird curl to it or that requires me using extra gear.

I will admit that I've fit whole turkeys and butterflied legs of lamb in the 18" without a problem. And the downside to the 22" is that will probably require more fuel. I'm just hoping that if and when I do get a 22" that my BBQ Guru will fit the intake port as it does on the 18".
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This or the Pit Barrel Cooker?
Looks like the PBC doesn't go beyond 18.5". I like the WSM because it has two grates so that I can cook 4 large pork butts at one time. Doesn't look the PBC has more than one level of grates, but I might be wrong. It does have an interesting vertical cooking setup.
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just curious, why the need for an upgrade to a 22"? Would 18" inch suffice for 6 adults?
18" will suffice and it's what I have, but a 12+ lb packer brisket or a full rack of ribs are a pretty tight fit, I usually have to fenagle the lid on initially (the meat shrinks down enough after a short amount of time where it's usually only somewhat difficult to get the lid on immediately after putting the raw meat on the smoker)...I got mine from Lowes on clearance for $165 so it would have been too much more to get the 22", but if it's within $50 or so I'd probably go for the upgrade...I would definitely like to get something bigger down the line
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Depends entirely on what you are cooking. If you're doing pork butts for pulled pork, you could easily feed more than 6 people. Probably ribs too. It's just that a rack of ribs sometimes is more than 18" across. Sure, you can curl them up (and use a skewer along with standing them on edge) or cut them into smaller chunks and use a rib stand to hold them in place. Sometimes, though, I would prefer just to have a whole rack that doesn't have a weird curl to it or that requires me using extra gear.

I will admit that I've fit whole turkeys and butterflied legs of lamb in the 18" without a problem. And the downside to the 22" is that will probably require more fuel. I'm just hoping that if and when I do get a 22" that my BBQ Guru will fit the intake port as it does on the 18".
Intakes are the same, it will fit.
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Looks like the PBC doesn't go beyond 18.5". I like the WSM because it has two grates so that I can cook 4 large pork butts at one time. Doesn't look the PBC has more than one level of grates, but I might be wrong. It does have an interesting vertical cooking setup.
You can do vertical on the WSM. Weber makes a hanging kit, but so do Hunsaker and Gateway (I prefer the Gateway). Also recommend a Hunsaker Vortex basket and ditch the water pan.
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Do these have the attachments where you don't use grates, but "hang" the ribs, etc from hooks on a rod along the top?

Edit...I should've read the last reply before my post. Lol!
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You can do vertical on the WSM. Weber makes a hanging kit, but so do Hunsaker and Gateway (I prefer the Gateway). Also recommend a Hunsaker Vortex basket and ditch the water pan.
That Vortex looks interesting. Does it use the existing charcoal grate in the WSM? My grate is on it's last legs ...
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That Vortex looks interesting. Does it use the existing charcoal grate in the WSM? My grate is on it's last legs ...
No, it's a total replacement.
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just curious, why the need for an upgrade to a 22"? Would 18" inch suffice for 6 adults?
I've had the 18" for years. Only time I run into issues fitting things in there are with full briskets and ribs. Full briskets are usually pretty big and I've had to cut a couple inches off the end to get them to fit. With Ribs, I usually cut the racks in half and use the Weber rib rack. So, you can work around it pretty easily.

Only other issue I've had with it is temperature control being really finicky due to air leaks around the lid and door on the side for loading more charcoal. The temp gauge is also off quite a bit from the Weber wifi thermometer that I use. I would definitely recommend some sort of trustworthy wifi thermometer. I've had really good results with it, just more babysitting than some would like. But if you're the type that's going to park yourself in the backyard with beer, music, and magazines then it's all good.
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i've had the 22" wsm for 5 or 6 years. it's great at what it does, but the 22 eats charcoal. i've read that the 18 is way more fuel efficient, so if you don't really need more space, go with the 18......or whichever one is the better deal/price. i got my 22 for hella cheap.
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