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Re: Small Rib Cooker Help

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Posted by Kelly on September 14, 2011 at 12:20:31:

In Reply to: Re: Small Rib Cooker Help posted by drbbq on September 12, 2011 at 18:11:29:

Thanks, Ray! That's where I've been headed but the wife found a stick burner builder that will build me a stick burner with enough 3/8" chamber and 1/2" firebox, with a warming box/cooking chamber that will allow me to do 4 butts while the ribs cook in the main chamber, on a roadworthy trailer with 15" wheels, for under $3000. He's a fabricator for the city so i don't care to think about where the time and construction materials come from. Includes two external gas burners, stainless work tables, storage racks, storage bins, spare wheel, removable ash pan, twin chrome stacks, and a chrome Gator head (not sure how that will fly in Bulldog territory... Everything you would expect in a Dave Klose pit for next to no money.

Where the heck have you been lately? You're quite as a mouse these days! I think the last time I saw you in person you were eating some green velvet cake at the '04 Eggtoberfest. When they had to move it from the airport I quit going. It got so large it was out of hand. If Q-Babe puts another Florida festival together i'll go because it's a reasonable size. There's not a lot of KCBS activity here in Savannah, and FBA has one contest a year here in my area, so I don't get out much for contests any more. Haven't even thought about starting up a cook team Sold my double chamber stump's last year so I would be starting from scratch with one Large BGE...

I'll let you know if I come up with a Fast Eddie or a local Frankencooker.

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