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I love cooking baby back ribs but I have always cut each rack in half so that I can arrange them to not hang over the platesetter. I typically cook them indirect at 250 for around 5 hours with a drip pan underneath the grid. Is there any problem with keeping the racks whole and have them covering the entire diameter of the egg? Do the end ribs turn out bad since they are cooking more direct? As always, I appreciate any input