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Reply by vernon

I just noticed the "new" forum format, am on the BBQ brethren, Texas BBQ forum... not to disrespect this forum, or what the good folks...
vernon

Reply by Allen peck

According to me, firstly you provide the best BBQ Catering Services . Thanks for sharing with us. Secondly, your BBQ Cuisine & your...

Reply by dakotasmoke

Thanks for all the input, I'll continue looking at the information. I'll say I'm a bit nervous to go with the modified and probably go...

Reply by jay1924

A quick Google search showed a lot of information out there about what kinds of electronics might do poorly with a modified sine wave...

Reply by cal 2

No. I can't believe there would be a difference between the electronics on them thou.
cal 2

Reply by dakotasmoke

That's why I'm a little leery on what to get. CS recommended the pure sign wave unit for the IQ5. I know some folks with older...

Reply by jay1924

Certainly not an expert on use of inverters, but I'd be concerned that whatever fancy digital controller I was using was able to cope...

Reply by dakotasmoke

Cal, Thanks for the reply. You don't use the inverter/charger that I have found some using? The Schumacher inverters are less expensive...

Reply by cal 2

I bought a Schumacher inverter from Walmart, you need at least 400watts for one smoker, I got the 750watts since I run two at comps. A...
cal 2

Reply by Anthony simonton

If anyone wants to the best bbq cuisines so you should go for District BBQ that provide cater to small and large groups alike, whether...

Reply by andyj

I still lurk here, but I spend most of my time over at the BBQ Brethren.
andyj

Reply by Christa

Hi Andy. I'm getting the same problem with my search bar. I was able to change my screen resolution and that fixed the search bar issue,...
Christa

Reply by mountainman

I've never been a fan or user of "Fakebook" and with the information released about them almost daily I'll never be one. While there is...

Reply by kengolden

I think we can all agree this new forum is not a move in the right direction. While I rarely post I’m a long time FEC100 owner and...

Reply by andyj

Depending on what you're looking for, check out the BBQ Superstore, Atlanta BBQ Store or Big Poppa Smokers for a variety of rubs &...
andyj

Reply by joem

The Charcoal Store is an authorized CS distributor. I’ve purchased rubs and parts from them. Shipping is reasonable. I think 15%...

Reply by jay1924

Wood chips and chunks (and pellets) are available on quite a few sites. One with great variety is The Charcoal Store. They also sell CS...

Reply by joem

I've been told "no discounts on shipping". You can bundle with another person to defray costs a bit. I've heard of other places that...

Reply by oldsarge

I get most of my wood from CookShack and shipping is pricey. But it is also heavy. The folks at CookShack will be your best source of...

Reply by jay1924

Christa, thank you for your reply. It's nothing personal of course, but as you can tell, some of us are pretty frustrated at the loss of...

Reply by oldsarge

Christa - I understand that the old forum format died out but I just do not understand why hoopla was chosen when other Q forums have a...

Reply by Christa

That was my fault on the sudden change. I have been working in the back end to prevent some of the spam and had a few temporary changes.
Christa

Reply by oldsarge

This "forum" is an absolute wonderment. Cookshack had a great forum, lots of members, and a wealth of information and help easily found...

Reply by Daniel Miller

Thanks for sharing this update & I really appreciate your feedback. I am very happy to hear this news. I hope your this updated...

Reply by rlwinston

Hope your liking your new smoker, bought my SM008 in 03 and is still running like a champ! Paid $350 for it without the stand and other...
rlwinston

Reply by james621lara

Thanks for making such a cool post which is really very well written.will be referring a lot of friends about this.Keep blogging.

Reply by soleman

I bought something specifically for this at a local BBQ store. It is flat, 1/8 inch think and firm material made to go under a grill or...

Reply by jay1924

I use a piece (about 24 in. square) of heavy clear plastic shelf liner that I put under the front wheels of my AQ when I roll it out of...

Reply by joem

I use a wide plastic paint scraper (or body putty applicator) to scrape the top of lid (PG1000/FEC100) at startup. Then I wire brush the...

Reply by Christa

Thank you for your kind words for Dara, I will send your well wishes. She will be truly missed. I will be doing my best to see through...
Christa
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