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Re: Longest....smoke......ever

Postby Boots » Wed Apr 04, 2018 1:01 pm

Was that the day the Chinese satellite cratered to earth? Maybe it had some kinda secret anti brisket ray on it....
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Re: Longest....smoke......ever

Postby dwilliams35 » Sat Apr 07, 2018 9:35 pm

First time I looked at this thread- I had the same thing, on the same day: 12.5 lb’er that went 16 plus hours at 270ish. It blew right through an expected stall at 160, then just camped at 180 for HOURS. It finally started a move up at about 11 pm, pulled it about midnight at 210. It turned out good, but it certainly threw a wrench into my learning curve on these things, and getting the newish pit figured out..


Edit: I didn’t even think about it, but my wife brought up the fact that March 31 was a full moon... don’t know if that matters, but note to self...
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Re: Longest....smoke......ever

Postby Brad_Adams » Wed Apr 11, 2018 3:49 am

so delicious photos
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Re: Longest....smoke......ever

Postby guyeddie » Fri Apr 13, 2018 2:32 am

Impressive piece of meat!
Looking forward to more camping trip with my family. I need a new tonneau cover to secure my equipment and pit.
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Re: Longest....smoke......ever

Postby dwilliams35 » Sat Apr 28, 2018 9:07 pm

dwilliams35 wrote:First time I looked at this thread- I had the same thing, on the same day: 12.5 lb’er that went 16 plus hours at 270ish. It blew right through an expected stall at 160, then just camped at 180 for HOURS. It finally started a move up at about 11 pm, pulled it about midnight at 210. It turned out good, but it certainly threw a wrench into my learning curve on these things, and getting the newish pit figured out..


Edit: I didn’t even think about it, but my wife brought up the fact that March 31 was a full moon... don’t know if that matters, but note to self...



Well, not quite a full moon this time, that’s monday... it’s doing it again, though: 13 hours in and a long way to go.....

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