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Tal/IL

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Posted: 01/22/18 10:47am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I've had one of these for a couple years and like it very much. It is a little dependent on ambient temp and amount of wind, but I have sometimes been able to maintain a +/- 200 degree temp by just using the smoke tray burner.

Great for putting some smoke on burgers or steaks, also.


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Tal/IL wrote:

I've had one of these for a couple years and like it very much. It is a little dependent on ambient temp and amount of wind, but I have sometimes been able to maintain a +/- 200 degree temp by just using the smoke tray burner.

Great for putting some smoke on burgers or steaks, also.


See......That's what I was thinking could be an option...using the smoke burner only to do the heating.


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Yes, they are fun to assemble. In the past I have made smoke using chips and aluminum foil. The smoking option intrigue me. I managed to sacrifice a duck to the smoking gods on my first try.

Not knowing any better I used just the smoking burner. It smoked for an hour. So I refilled and went another hour. The temperature was about 170. Hum… it needs a bit of browning me thinks. So I lit the other burners and thought maybe twenty minutes would do the trick. The smoking gods felt sorry for me and left just enough over done meat for one person. The drum stick bones turned to ash when touched.

Last night, with one burner, I experimented with baking a potato first. When done I put it on the side with no heat and made a great steak on the hot side. It all worked out as planned.

I really like this grill. I may remove the shelves also to save space. Never thought about doing that. I bought two 10lb LP tanks to save some storage space.


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Vintage 465....Thanks for the link. Great job!


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bob213 wrote:

Vintage 465....Thanks for the link. Great job!


Thanks! I've actually put an upgrade on it. The single burner stove below is a little wobbly when I put a giant pot of coffee on it. They are designed to run "unregulated" propane pressure.
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So I put a hole in the table and fabricated a mount that has a propane hook up to run off the high pressure line. The mount keeps the burner nice and stable on the table(?)so I can boil water to make cowboy coffee when the crowds get large
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nice setup

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