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3 pork butt set up?

CWarrenCWarren Posts: 5
If I want to do a third pork butt on my large BGE, what set up options do I have.  Is there a high enough raised grid while still leaving dome room?? Might not be enough space to do it regardless.  This is my two butt set up.

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  • lousubcaplousubcap Posts: 10,335
    If you have any type grid at all you can set it on top of thw two butts and then put the third on. The extent of space depends on the size of the third butt but you should have room.  Will likely need to remove the clip from the dome thermo and run the thermo thru a spacer (wine cork) on the outside of the dome  for temperature readings.  Remember shrinkage as they cook.
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  • WalrusBBQWalrusBBQ Posts: 151
    Looks like the grid extender (group buy) would definitely work
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  • bccomstockbccomstock Posts: 337
    WalrusBBQ said:
    Looks like the grid extender (group buy) would definitely work
    Yep.. Grid extender with a smaller grate to accommodate using the platesetter..
    LBGE
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  • WalrusBBQ said:
    Looks like the grid extender (group buy) would definitely work
    Yep.. Grid extender with a smaller grate to accommodate using the platesetter..
    Yep, did that just last night/this morning.  Don't forget about the dome thermometer.  Don't ask what can happen if you don't remove it, just do it.

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