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I am doing some ribs for a big party my friend is having this weekend. (In Tampa we take a day to celebrate a mythical pirate invasion of the city and call it Gasparilla) Outdoor party along the parade route w/ lots of food and I thought baby backs might be a better choice for the occasion. I am pretty confident w/ spare ribs using the 3-1-1 method at 230 degrees. However, I have never done baby backs in my XL and wondering about adjustments I need to make on time, temperture, technique plus any general advice. Thanks in advance.