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Post #147447889 added 05-24-2021 6:24 PM by hansmoleman007 in Deal Talk
I think that would help. I've always had issues with temps running away in the afternoon sun even with all the bottom vents completely closed. Sadly mine's also taken a beating from some crazy wind...
Post #147446005 added 05-24-2021 4:29 PM by joe980 in Deal Talk
They sell a gasket kit for the door, and middle section to cut down on air leaks. Just installed it last year, so far so good.
Post #147370339 added 05-20-2021 11:30 AM by MrGrumble in Deal Talk
I have the 18” and this spot on advice. The 18” is very efficient compared but 22” harder to move. 22” makes better fires and can take logs of smoked wood. 22 grate can transfer easy to Weber...
Post #147307840 added 05-17-2021 2:25 PM by ToddlerTN in Deal Talk
WSM no question in my mind. For a bunch of reasons. There’s nothing the PBC can do that you can’t do on a WSM, but there’s a lot you can’t do on the PBC. If you want to use a controller for...
Post #147301354 added 05-17-2021 9:15 AM by BrianHSV in Deal Talk
It fits fine on the 22". I actually use two fans on my 22/guru setup. I know it's probably overkill, but it helps hit higher temps for chicken and is less wear and tear on the fan motors.
Post #147301105 added 05-17-2021 9:03 AM by alxshanti in Deal Talk
Thank you both! Valuable information. The PBC dose that intriguing hanging system, which apparently works quite nicely. The Weber is better-looking though. I'll do some more reading.
Post #147300391 added 05-17-2021 8:26 AM by WayneFoX in Deal Talk
Just want to comment to let people know about air controllers (I use a bbq guru myself). They completely control the air coming into your smoker to regulate the temp. Once my pit is rolling, I can go...
Post #147300142 added 05-17-2021 8:11 AM by halcion1 in Deal Talk
With PBC, you can hang ribs. 6 racks no problem.
Post #147300121 added 05-17-2021 8:10 AM by halcion1 in Deal Talk
Depends what you like to cook. You need to mod this one a bit. The PBC is 33gal, so a bit bigger. PBC is great for ribs; a modded WSM makes great brisket. PBC is supposed to have a larger 55 coming...
Post #147299722 added 05-17-2021 7:47 AM by drwx in Deal Talk
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...
Post #147299497 added 05-17-2021 7:31 AM by hansmoleman007 in Deal Talk
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...
Post #147298807 added 05-17-2021 6:54 AM by ToddlerTN in Deal Talk
No, it’s a total replacement.
Post #147298312 added 05-17-2021 6:19 AM by irritable in Deal Talk
That Vortex looks interesting. Does it use the existing charcoal grate in the WSM? My grate is on it's last legs ...
Post #147297823 added 05-17-2021 5:37 AM by JimBanville in Deal Talk
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!
Post #147296008 added 05-16-2021 11:44 PM by ToddlerTN in Deal Talk
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.
Post #147295987 added 05-16-2021 11:39 PM by ToddlerTN in Deal Talk
Intakes are the same, it will fit.
Post #147295360 added 05-16-2021 10:11 PM by slow12s in Deal Talk
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...
Post #147295039 added 05-16-2021 9:36 PM by Monk in Deal Talk
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...
Post #147294961 added 05-16-2021 9:28 PM by Monk in Deal Talk
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...
Post #147294055 added 05-16-2021 8:17 PM by plasmaboy in Deal Talk
just curious, why the need for an upgrade to a 22"? Would 18" inch suffice for 6 adults?
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