Backwoods Smoker Chubby
Backwoods Smoker Chubby
This smallest model will fit nicely in any back yard. Outside dimensions are 32" tall including the stack, 22.5" deep, and 22" wide. The cooking chamber is 13" high, 17" deep, and 16" wide. There are 4 removable racks 16.5" x 15.5" separated by 3" and it comes with two extra shelf sliders for more flexible arrangement of your meats. Capacity is approximately 12 slabs of baby back ribs, 8 slabs of St. Louis cut ribs, 4 slabs of spare ribs, 2 to 3 large briskets, or 4 to 6 Boston butts. Options include 2 additional racks, 2 extra shelf sliders, thermostat controller, stainless steel doors, heat diverter plate above the charcoal, cover, permanent stand, tie down handles, and casters.
$970 Manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP), actual price may vary.
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1,023 square inches ( about 50 burgers )
Manufacturer claims that all or practically all of this device is made in the USA
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