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  • Re: First Butt on the LBGE

    @LeesApproved Butt look great. I do have one suggestion for you tho. You should run your probe cables across one of the legs of your PS to keep them from direct heat, or at least foil them. JMO
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  • Re: Large bge getting hot?

    Arbucklej said:
    Everything lined up great....using b&b oak lump but the bag had really small pieces from what I am used to. I am gonna re-stock on wicked good once I can get a hold of it. Also might pick up some ozark oak.
    Really small pieces = No Air = Low temp
    +1 on Damp Lump

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  • Re: Love my BGE

    One of the great things about this forum is that you can have your own ideas and ask for suggestions and you will get like 20 different ways to do something and none of them are necessarily  wrong, then you can pick and choose and still come out with something great
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  • Re: Urgent: Help! Egg too hot.

    Yep I do what @Royal Coachmen does, mite have to have something to prop the top open an inch or 2
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