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Uncle Alvah
01-04-2011, 03:34 PM
Found theses on a local Craigs List for sale, listed as "pig cooker burners".

I always thought pipe type burners were pretty much standard for pig cookers, are these really suitable, desirable, or to be avoided?

http://i18.photobucket.com/albums/b134/UncleAlvah1/cookerburners.jpg

I guess I'm having trouble picturing how they would be arranged in a cooker.

The ones on the left are for sideburners, yes?

The lower right are the main burners? What about top, right?
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SmokyOkie
01-04-2011, 10:36 PM
While they look like really nice burners for the most part, I'm with you as far as figuring the configuration in a pig cooker.

the ones on the lower right have venturi shutters and all, but how would you pu them into a cooker where they would provide even heat for the whole cooker?

The ones on the left look OK for side burners or even a turkey fryer. The ones on the right make me think about welding up a big square steel deep fryer. You could add a temp controller and thermocouple and be in business.

How much for the lot of them?

Uncle Alvah
01-05-2011, 12:03 PM
$50 is what they are asking, but they are about an hour away to boot, so I'll pass on them I think.