Reviews and Ratings Of Grills, Smokers, Barbecue Pits, & Outdoor Ovens

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PlaceholderBlack upright cabinet smoker on four legs with casters. There are two chimneys on top. On the lower right a small door is open.
The Stump's Baby is their smallest gravity feed charcoal smoker. Built solid and well insulated with a 17.5" width x 14.5" height x 18.5" depth internal cooking area. Thick 1800° insulation is enclosed in a double walled, 16 gauge welded housing. The door has a flexible, washable, high temp gasket and locking latch. Baby can smoke 9 -12 slabs of ribs, or 6 butts, or 20 – 24 half... Read More
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PlaceholderBlack upright cabinet smoker on four legs with casters. There are two chimneys on top. On the lower right a small door is open.
As the name indicates, Stump's Baby XL is slightly larger than their popular Baby gravity feed charcoal smoker. Built solid and well insulated with a 18.5" width x 25" height x 22" depth internal cooking area. Thick 1800° insulation is enclosed in a double walled, 16 gauge welded housing. The door has a flexible, washable, high temp gasket and locking latch. Baby XL is said to handle 12... Read More
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PlaceholderBlue upright cabinet smoker on four legs with wheels sitting in a driveway. There is one chimneys on top.
The Stump's Junior is one of their mid-size gravity feed charcoal smokers. Built solid and well insulated with a 23" x 23" x 23" internal cooking area, The Junior can smoke 15 slabs of baby backs, or 9-12 butts, or 24-30 chickens at once. Temperature range is said to be 175 – 450 degrees. It holds 16 pounds of charcoal in chute and burns about one pound per hour at 225 degrees. The... Read More
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PlaceholderLarge black upright cabinet smoker on four legs with wheels. The big front door is open showing slide our cooking racks, There is one chimney on top.
Stump's XL Stretch is a large, commercial capacity gravity fed charcoal smoker suitable for commercial use. Built solid and well insulated with a 32" width x 34" height x 23" depth internal cooking area. Thick 1800° insulation is enclosed in a double walled, 16 gauge welded housing. The door has a flexible, washable, high temp gasket and locking latch. XL Stretch handles 48 - 56 slabs... Read More

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