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Mr.CPHo

  • WKC Mod
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Re: Weber Smokey Mountain Ideal Setup
« Reply #15 on: April 27, 2022, 04:53:41 AM »

Im pretty much into Hunsakers Drum Smokers for Competition, we have 3 and Ive built numerous clones with parts from them in addition to Gateway clones and Big Poppas drum kits and no matter how fancy you get a Drum is a drum and they all cook pretty much the same. That said dropping a Vortex Firebasket in a 22 WSM its a whole new beast. If you go and start adding all the aftermarket parts like SS door, casters, Firebasket upgrades, hanging racks or even a decent thermometer youd be better off in the long run to get the Hunsakers Drum.

@swamprb, Am I crazy or did I just see your mini-red ranch in an email from Cajun Bandit a few days ago?

whaascarson

  • Smokey Joe
  • Posts: 50
Re: Weber Smokey Mountain Ideal Setup
« Reply #16 on: April 28, 2022, 05:17:53 PM »
I 100% agree that once you buy a new WSM and mod it up it makes more sense to get a Hunsaker. The Hunsaker smoker is what I want when I have the budget. For $400 all in Im happy with the new to me WSM and mods to warm up with.


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