KBQ C-60 BBQ Smoker Pit

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Re: KBQ C-60 BBQ Smoker Pit

Postby Rambo » Mon Jun 25, 2018 7:22 am

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Uses a REAL WOOD FIRE, not gas, charcoal, pellet, or electric heat. KCBS-legal for competition.
Inverted Flame™ Firebox makes thin blue smoke automatically. AutoDraft™ Controlbox maintains temperature automatically. A true "stickburner," without the headaches and heartaches.
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Re: KBQ C-60 BBQ Smoker Pit

Postby Rambo » Mon Jun 25, 2018 7:33 am

I'm still hoping someone here at TBBQF has experience with this cooker or knows someone that has one.
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Re: KBQ C-60 BBQ Smoker Pit

Postby rockinar » Sun Mar 10, 2019 3:38 am

I know this thread is a year old but I will chime in anyways for future reference. i used to own a KBQ C60. I will say its a legit smoker that will produce BBQ as good as any offset and better than a cabinet. Because thats what it is....a stickburner.

Its not a gimmick at all. The only negatives are its a fire hazard due to flames and coals do spill out the side. Its a burn hazzard. That little firebox on top gets glowing red hot. You dont want kids around it at all. It also oddly sits low on the ground.

Positives: Its stainless so no dealing with rust or paint issues and cleans easy. It will cook as good as any offset. small footprint.

I only got rid of mine because I wanted more capacity and did not want to be tied to electronics.
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Re: KBQ C-60 BBQ Smoker Pit

Postby Rambo » Sun Mar 10, 2019 5:50 am

rockinar wrote:I know this thread is a year old but I will chime in anyways for future reference. i used to own a KBQ C60. I will say its a legit smoker that will produce BBQ as good as any offset and better than a cabinet. Because thats what it is....a stickburner.

Its not a gimmick at all. The only negatives are its a fire hazard due to flames and coals do spill out the side. Its a burn hazzard. That little firebox on top gets glowing red hot. You dont want kids around it at all. It also oddly sits low on the ground.

Positives: Its stainless so no dealing with rust or paint issues and cleans easy. It will cook as good as any offset. small footprint.

I only got rid of mine because I wanted more capacity and did not want to be tied to electronics.



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Re: KBQ C-60 BBQ Smoker Pit

Postby TwoGuysBBQ » Sun Mar 10, 2019 8:41 am

Very interesting cooker; I’ve never seen or even heard a about this unit. Thanks for posting it, I am now interested in hearing more about it from someone who actually has one.
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Re: KBQ C-60 BBQ Smoker Pit

Postby woodenvisions » Sun Mar 10, 2019 8:57 am

Somehow missed this entire thread.
Sorry Rambo, I can't give any input on this unfortunately. I'm uneducated on anything other than my Akorn for smoking. It looks interesting tho, different than anything I've seen. I see this post is from last year. Have you found any more info on it ?

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