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Ok I am having a difficult time trying to determine which of these to buy. Both are great products and obviously do the job they are meant for. I am hoping you folks can help me determine which would be best for me and my needs.
I am trying to expand my cooking area for larger cooks i.e. big batches of wings, Burgers,more racks of ribs etc... also I want to have a more stable raised solution. I currently use a homemade version with 3, 6" bolts, it is inconvenient. Also I am not a fan of using bricks to raise the grid.
I am leaning towards a woo3 (without handles) and the Swing rack. This would allow me to sear on the lower rack setting, cook indirect in a raised setting and take advantage of the swing rack.
If I go this direction what would I be missing from having a AR? When cooking indirect are there differences between using the Platesetter and the ceramic stone by CGS? If I raise the Swing Rack to the felt how much higher can I set the upper tier, how much clearance is there between the large gate and top?
Thanks so much for your hep!