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Ribs

LsuappelLsuappel Posts: 4
Can somebody please send me a link to buy a rib rack for a large egg?   I want to stack them and can't find where to buy the stacker.   I don't want the standard envelope rib rack but the multi layered grill rack.

thx

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  • GATABITESGATABITES Posts: 1,255
    edited March 2014
    Are you referring to the V rack? The only other rack i can think of is the Adjustable Rig; which allows you to cook on different layer like an oven. 
     V-rack:
    image
     

    Adjustable rig:

    image
    XL BGE 
    Joe JR 
    Baltimore, MD
  • GATABITESGATABITES Posts: 1,255
    edited March 2014
    V-Rack:

    image
    XL BGE 
    Joe JR 
    Baltimore, MD
  • chainsaw19chainsaw19 Posts: 257
    GATABITES said:
    Are you reffereing to the V rack? The only other rack i can think of is the Adjustable Rig; which allows you to cook on different layer like an oven. 
     V-rack:
     
    @GATABITES ; I have same setup but question for you, if you went with three levels like this, how do you handle the stone?  What I think I see in this pick is two slabs on top level using rig extender, next level is at highest setting on the rig, and third level on lowest setting on rig.  I realize you would have to pull out rig to adjust move racks which is fine, but how do you handle cooking indirect....good lucking ribs by the way.
    Adjustable rig:

    image

    Large BGE Middletown, MD
  • GATABITESGATABITES Posts: 1,255
    edited March 2014
    That is a pic that I copy/pasted from the net. But I think you would place the oval stone on the spider for a LBGE. 

    on my XL, I use the Woo2 and place the stone on it. I then the standard 24 grid and the AR on top. This would give me 3 levels to cook ribs. 

    here is a pic of the XL loaded with ribs: 
    image
    XL BGE 
    Joe JR 
    Baltimore, MD
  • Rebelst8Rebelst8 Posts: 35
    I bought this one, before I bought my adjustable rig. Still use it for large cooks. The second pic isn't mine, but I used it to find the rack I wanted.



    Victor
    LBGE
    America's Best Coast - The Space Coast
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