Jambo Pits Economy Model Review
Jambo Pits Economy Model is their Jambo Junior residential BBQ smoker mounted on a trailer. With a 24″ X 48″ barrel, 24″ X 24″ X 20″ firebox and plain black finish, it lacks the size and pizazz of Jambo’s big, colorful competition rigs, but shares the same quality construction and thoughtful design features that make Jambo the cooking choice of many award winning competitive teams.
This stock model features two doors on the smokebox, one on the side of the firebox, front shelf and a long smokestack over 40″ tall.
Made in USA:
Looked Closely At It
We have seen this product up close and we have also gathered info from the manufacturer, owners, and other reliable sources.
Grill, Smoker, Combination Grill and Smoker
Charcoal, Logs, More Than One Fuel
1046 square inches
Large (about 51 burgers)
395 square inches
Published On: 9/18/2013
Last Modified: 3/17/2021
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