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Old 03-25-2015, 07:39 AM   #12421
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I used a deep fryer turkey thermometer... long probe and correct temp range. I used some small brass compression fittings to mount it to the drum.

Something like this: http://amzn.com/B00SKO7BWI

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Old 03-25-2015, 07:35 PM   #12422
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thanks ebijack but I found that I need to clean fire basket between cooks found a burnt chunk of goo which caused bad burn
smoked 2 Butts ( 15 1/2 pounds)all night and temp held 220 233 all night checking hourly intill temp of 203 foiled smaller of the 2 put in cooler covered with cotton towels, larger one took another 1 1/2 hrs to get to 205 put in cooler for 3 hours shredded sauced, lasted an hour at party people didnt even use buns was just piling on plate and I thought I was going to have some for lunch that week
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Old 03-26-2015, 04:24 AM   #12423
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thanks ebijack but I found that I need to clean fire basket between cooks found a burnt chunk of goo which caused bad burn
I clean my baskets and drums before each cook, add fresh coals to the basket, wood then any left over coals and more wood. I don't like using lump due to finding way to many objects that should not be in there in every brand I have tried. The last bag of RO I had I found wall insulation pieces and a couple of rocks/hard objects in the bag.
Just to be noted in this long UDS build thread:
I am able to swap my flat/dome lids between both drums during cooks. Something I haven't been able to figure out is why the dome lid requires a bit more intake to reach the same temp as the flat lid. I would think the dome lid should flow better.
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Old 03-26-2015, 07:36 PM   #12424
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making butt pron sat night cousin and family coming up from Tenn
his mom has bragged about it so now he wants to try some
now that i got my head on straight
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