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Mine didn't have that chipping so as long as it's not continuous (still chipping and falling off over a period of time), I would think it should be ok. But you can certainly request replacement for peace of mind and if you want to.
Wouldn't worry about the under bite if no smoke comes out from it. And, at least with mine, the daisy wheel is stable enough not to fall when I'm opening the dome but I just need to watch not opening the dome too quickly.
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It all depends but it should take longer than 2 hours if it's the big sized beef ribs. Not even sure you can do pork ribs for two hours only. Mine at that high heat usually takes ends up slightly more than 2 hours (maybe around 2.5 hours).
Looks great. For turbo ribs, i usually just go up to 350 max (on average, usually just 300 or 325) and it usually turns out not much different than the ones done at 250. Never tried it at 430/400 before.
Would agree on med or even large. Large is the perfect size for brisket and other whole cooks. I have a small but used mostly the mini and large for cooks (the small is to complement when I have lots to cook). Here's my thoughts to respond to your q…