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nghtmre4u 08-04-2009 11:13 PM

smoker question
 
my old electric smoker is shot and gave me a good zap today so my aniversary is in 2 weeks wife said she will buy me a new one.
So i was looking at the Perfect Flame 36" LP Smoker at lowes.
just looking for some feedback on it thanks

jbambuti 08-05-2009 12:29 AM

I really love my Weber Smokey Mountain cooker. It's a charcoal bullet smoker, rather than an electric, and it's a bit more expensive than the one you're looking at, but it will last forever. Hardwood lump charcoal and a few chunks of hickory (or whatever wood you like) and you'll be singing its praises. Also looks to take up about as much space as the one you're looking at. Just my 2 cents.

HenryHill 08-05-2009 01:20 AM

Perfect Flame at Lowe's: 36" LP Smoker

chuggs 08-05-2009 01:34 AM

I like the Chargriller Super Pro with a Side Fire Box...Lowe's carries the Chargriller line too.

There's more information about Smoker's than you can shake a stick at in this forum:

Barbecuebible.com :: Index

arturo7 08-05-2009 04:44 AM

So are you looking for an electric or a wood smoker?

wild 08-05-2009 07:50 AM

I see why nghtmre4u wants the Perfect Flame 36" LP Smoker,
Quote:

Originally Posted by Lowes
400 degree thermometer with bottle opener

:D

nghtmre4u 08-05-2009 11:52 AM

Thanks for the replys.I was a lp smoker after getting a good shock from my old electric one yesterday and having the big propane tank installed for the brew house i figured lp would be the way to go.I have access to a big wood smoker if i want to do some serious smoking but this is for small stuff turkey fish ribs that sort of stuff.

roylee 08-05-2009 12:58 PM

Makes sense... I've used a small lp smoker and it works fine. You'll save a bundle on lp with the big tank. I'm on a farm & have a 500 gal for heating. Ran a line for the brew burner. . . . LP that way is less than half what it is in 20 lb cylinders.

nghtmre4u 08-06-2009 06:35 PM

well i went to lowes today they did not have in stock but they have it in there dist center which i happen to work at so i will have it in the next day or 2:ban:
with a nice discount and the bottle opener is a added bonus.lol

nghtmre4u 08-10-2009 10:30 PM

Well i got this smoker put together and i am seasoning it as i type:rockin: so far i realy like this it has alot more room then my old brinkman assembly was easy I will post some pics tomorrow with some smoked meat


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