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  1. #1
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    Mar 2009
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    Default Color me super Impressed

    This is the first time that I have let the BW's run all night without reloading at all. I wasn't going to but I slept through my alarm. I wake up look at the clock and go Oh s*&^ the smoker. I look out the window and don't see smoke. I grab my thermapen and head out back. I get there and its sitting at 230 degree. Whew! It ran all night without a re-load and has 70 lbs in it. Thats awesome but I won't do that again.
    Casual and Competitive Cooking
    Traeger 124 (sold)
    Backwoods Ext Party Rolling on 10's (sold)
    Original Oklahoma Joes 20" with Vertical Chamber
    Weber Genesis gasser
    Weber Smokey Mountain 22.5
    PS custom
    http://www.partyshacksmokers.com


  2. #2
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    You wanna talk about efficient!!! Holy crap batman!!
    MEMBER: BERGIE BBQ team 2011, 2012.




  3. #3
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    You got to love it when the smoke gods smile at you. I bet the Okie will be along to sing the praises of the BW smokers for sure.
    QnB




  4. #4
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    Yeah no kidding. I started it at 10 pm to get the water to a boil put on at about 1. I must admit though I did pile every bit of the 10 lbs of lump in and all royal oak.
    Casual and Competitive Cooking
    Traeger 124 (sold)
    Backwoods Ext Party Rolling on 10's (sold)
    Original Oklahoma Joes 20" with Vertical Chamber
    Weber Genesis gasser
    Weber Smokey Mountain 22.5
    PS custom
    http://www.partyshacksmokers.com


  5. #5
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    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Q-N-Brew View Post
    You got to love it when the smoke gods smile at you. I bet the Okie will be along to sing the praises of the BW smokers for sure.

    I wouldn't want to let you guys down, so here I am.

    How many hours did it burn Lance? We usually load up when the cooker gets up to temp, then around 8-10 hours we plan on a refuel. Did it go longer than that?

    How often you look at it makes a big difference too.

  6. #6
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    Mar 2009
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    it ran at temp for a good solid 10 hours then just under 200 for a hour by the time I got home from the job. 3 hours later it was still around 150. Almost safe serve temps

    "How often you look at it makes a big difference too. "

    Yeah 0 looks since I slept through the alarm. I was running a loaded cooker to 4 - 10 lb briskies and 3- 10 lb butts
    Casual and Competitive Cooking
    Traeger 124 (sold)
    Backwoods Ext Party Rolling on 10's (sold)
    Original Oklahoma Joes 20" with Vertical Chamber
    Weber Genesis gasser
    Weber Smokey Mountain 22.5
    PS custom
    http://www.partyshacksmokers.com


  7. #7
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    South of Peculiar, MO
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    Isn't it awful when the Okie sings?

    Now that you know what it will do you should be able to utilize that for future long cooks. Trust it, it will do the job.
    Do you have a Guru on it?
    "If you can't smell smoke it ain't a barbeque joint" peculiarmike

    TQJ Plankowner

    "Life's tough.....It's even tougher if you're stupid."
    - John Wayne

  8. #8
    Join Date
    Mar 2009
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    Tulsa, OK
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    oh yeah guruized. I can set it without the guru for 250 whether it stays there and I sleep is a different story

    Yeah I have figured out that 70 lbs of meat is really on the edge. We have cooked 80+ but it takes another hour to hour and a half with just that little heat/air flow restriction.

    I put a brisket a rack staggered from rack to rack and butts on the bottom.
    Casual and Competitive Cooking
    Traeger 124 (sold)
    Backwoods Ext Party Rolling on 10's (sold)
    Original Oklahoma Joes 20" with Vertical Chamber
    Weber Genesis gasser
    Weber Smokey Mountain 22.5
    PS custom
    http://www.partyshacksmokers.com


  9. #9
    Join Date
    Apr 2008
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    Tulsa
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    Default

    Wow, that is neat.
    Glen
    Large Charcoal Vertical & UDS
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