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  • Re: What are you

    Rock Hill Farms Single Barrel here... and a really really fine Cigar!
  • Re: A worthwhile find....

    Yes they do Ron... when I purchased mine there were only larger sizes but they now make two models smaller than the "Wrangler" I bought.
    The guy who makes them is a really cool guy and if you call him he usually has some "seconds" that he will sell at a discount though I never could determine anything that wasn't just about perfect in the way it was constructed and welded.
    I can't remember exactly what the shipping was but it is shipped strapped to a flat pallet by common carrier and I don't remember it being exorbitant!

    If you go to the website ...I think he has information/dimensions/pictures on all of the sizes there now.

  • Re: Egg in the garage?

    You know Deke 1997...for once... there's a topic that brought unusual.. unequivocall... bipartisan consensus to this Venue...!!

    You are to be congratulated!!
  • Re: Vertical Chicken on MiniMax?

    Get your Bird and whatever "Sitter" youre gonna use...and see!

    You'll ideally want a couple three inches clearance in the prevent scorching...I'd still say though..,spatchcocking is prolly your best bet!

  • Re: Vertical Chicken on MiniMax? above, (depending on set up) the Small will easily do a large Bird vertically, and so a dam fine job of it with headroom to spare!!

    The MM and Small may share lids and grids (as it were)...but the depth of the cooker itself,  and size of the firebox make them different animals altogether!

    Below is a 4 1/2 lb'r on the Small sitting on a Spannek Vertical Roaster.

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