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  1. #1
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    Default Reverse Flow Fire building

    Im new to reverse flow smokers and I would like to know the best method to build a fire for the smoker. Do I use a combination of lump and wood? How much lump and wood is required to cook ribs for six hours. My smoker is a small backyard version its 30 inch by 24 inch dia. I have only cooked on it once ( it new three day old ) and I think my fire was to small took about 40 minutes to reach 220 degrees once it was there it was easy to maintain. The weather conditions were a bit windy. Thanks for any recommendations.

    Gary

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    SmokyOkie Guest

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    Some pix sure would help Gary.

    How big is the firebox?

    A lot of stickburners are a bit slow to come up to temp. They have a lot of metal to warm up.

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    The fire box is 16H 16D 24w looking at it from the end view.

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