Meadow Creek TS250 Review
Meadow Creek’s TS-250 is the second largest BBQ smoker in the TS line. It’s 83″ high, 175″ long, 58″ wide and weighs in at 1,600 pounds (1,900 shipping weight). The cooking grates are 24″ by 50 3/8″ for the top, and 26.5″ by 50.5″ for the bottom, and the total is a whopping 2,544 square inches to work with. The warming box above the firebox has three 13.5″ x 22.5″ grates for almost 304 square inches per grate.
It has 15″ highway wheels, a heavy duty wheel jack, trailer lights (4 prong flat), and safety chains.
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Grill, Smoker, Combination Grill and Smoker, Pig or Lamb Roaster
2544 square inches
Extra Large and Commercial (about 125 burgers)
Published On: 4/9/2013
Last Modified: 3/17/2021
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