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Re: What's the best 'Sub-$1,000" Pit on the Market?

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Posted by Steve in SW MO on May 25, 2013 at 11:32:39:

In Reply to: What's the best 'Sub-$1,000" Pit on the Market? posted by Scott in FM, TX on May 25, 2013 at 09:10:01:

Please consider my units at where you will learn about firebrick lined actual smokers that use a water pan or cook dry. But the best thing is they are ready for product in 3-5 minutes after loading lit chimney, with clean, moist smoky air. With shipping you'd have hundreds left over to load with your favorite things to cook. Have a great weekend.

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