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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skinny Cook View Post
    We used a 5" elbow from a semi truck exhaust and then added a 24" stack on to that. The cap went on top. No trouble with getting it all done. The elbow had an expanded end that slipped right onto the cooker pipe.

    I cover my drip trays and catch pans with heavy foil. All I have to do is run the racks thru the dishwasher and change the foil.

    I'm not yet a fan of the FEC 100. WAYYY tooo much maint for me. I'll use my 40" MB's long before I turn on the FEC 100.
    Can't do comps with the MBs though.

    I dropped a disposable hotel pan in the catch pan. No clean up at all.

    do you prefer the MBs over Cookshacks?

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    I love both the CS's and the MB's. We have (2)205's, (1)250, and (2) FEC 100's. For convience sake, I will use the MB's first. They are just more user friendly to me. My fav of all the cookers is the 205's. Just to big to clean for 4 racks of ribs or 2 butts.
    FEC 100, Cookshack 205, (2) 40inch Masterbuilt's, custom Southern Yankee trailer, 1979 DJ-5 "Smokey JeeP" cooker, 6ft Belson Charcoal Grill, several UDS', Masterbuilt stainless bullet style, custom 6ft Mesquite grill, 8ft custom offset pig cooker, and a 8ft rotisserie fire pit out back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post
    I bought a 5" elbpw for it and i absolutely could not get it to fit on the exhaust. Is there a trick to it?

    I bought a 5" tee for mine and it went on, not easy but it went on
    Kurt
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    30" Black MES
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    I'm thinking about selling my FEC instead of installing the pipe/cap on it. I don't much care for it's high maint attitude. Okie you need a FEC 100 with 5 cooks on it ?
    FEC 100, Cookshack 205, (2) 40inch Masterbuilt's, custom Southern Yankee trailer, 1979 DJ-5 "Smokey JeeP" cooker, 6ft Belson Charcoal Grill, several UDS', Masterbuilt stainless bullet style, custom 6ft Mesquite grill, 8ft custom offset pig cooker, and a 8ft rotisserie fire pit out back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skinny Cook View Post
    I'm thinking about selling my FEC instead of installing the pipe/cap on it. Okie you need a FEC 100 with 5 cooks on it ?
    Okie it was a joke.
    FEC 100, Cookshack 205, (2) 40inch Masterbuilt's, custom Southern Yankee trailer, 1979 DJ-5 "Smokey JeeP" cooker, 6ft Belson Charcoal Grill, several UDS', Masterbuilt stainless bullet style, custom 6ft Mesquite grill, 8ft custom offset pig cooker, and a 8ft rotisserie fire pit out back.

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    I think the Okie cat it out of town this weekend. I'm sure he'll be back soon enough
    Plank Owner ..................
    I didn't fight my way to the top of the food chain to be a vegetarian!



  7. #27
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    Quote Originally Posted by PigCicles View Post
    I think the Okie cat it out of town this weekend. I'm sure he'll be back soon enough
    Probably right. Thankfully I don't have any comps this weekend. Tooooo frickin hot !!!
    FEC 100, Cookshack 205, (2) 40inch Masterbuilt's, custom Southern Yankee trailer, 1979 DJ-5 "Smokey JeeP" cooker, 6ft Belson Charcoal Grill, several UDS', Masterbuilt stainless bullet style, custom 6ft Mesquite grill, 8ft custom offset pig cooker, and a 8ft rotisserie fire pit out back.

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    You got yourself one great smoker.

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    Looks very nice Tim.
    Lou
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