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Old 03-20-2014, 08:54 AM   #31
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I agree with the cabinet smoker if you have the budget for it...I have been using a WSM for sometime and making some awesome bbq, but felt an upgrade was in order, and went for an insulated cabinet smoker as well.

Ordered one 2 weeks ago (still waiting, like torture) from Lone Star Grillz. Check out the engineering, its awesome...

http://www.lonestargrillz.com/Insulated-Smokers.html

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Old 03-20-2014, 09:06 AM   #32
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More space is one thing but i got lost on UDS and needing overnight cooks. What was the problem not being to do overnight cooks?

Solution get another UDS and hook up a controller if you want sleep.
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Old 03-20-2014, 09:21 AM   #33
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If I was to go with a temp control system is one recommended over another? I searched out some old threads but they seem to be a couple years old.
I've hooked a guru and a PitmasterIQ up to mine. The IQ 110 an the 120 or fairly inexpensive. Ask for their 3/4" ball valve adapter...piece of cake
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Old 03-20-2014, 09:34 AM   #34
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I have a WSM 22.5. It is easy to cook on and very stable and can run a long time on a load of charcoal. However, I find I hardly ever use it because it is such a pain to clean. No way to get the ash out of the bottom except take the Charcoal grate out and dump it. And while it has a lot of space with the two grates, the bottom grate is really only useable for something you don't have to access while you are cooking.

For all of these reasons, I am getting a pellet grill myself. Most likely a Memphis.
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Old 03-20-2014, 11:15 AM   #35
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I have a WSM 22.5. It is easy to cook on and very stable and can run a long time on a load of charcoal. However, I find I hardly ever use it because it is such a pain to clean. No way to get the ash out of the bottom except take the Charcoal grate out and dump it. And while it has a lot of space with the two grates, the bottom grate is really only useable for something you don't have to access while you are cooking.

For all of these reasons, I am getting a pellet grill myself. Most likely a Memphis.
Sounds like your is defective. I'll take that scrap off your hands for $50...
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