Jambo Pits

Jambo Pits is the brainchild of award winning Pit Master Jamie Geer. Operating out of Fort Worth, TX since 1989, Jambo is known for superior design, performance and beautiful fit and finish. With their colorful enamel paint jobs and characteristic streamlined trailers, Jambo's large custom pits resemble race cars, (see the red rig below). Geer's insightful designs based on experience from his competition barbecue days have led numerous teams to victory across the country. They manufacture a variety of smokers from smaller residential models to the big rigs.

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The standard finish is high heat, black textured paint, but you can get any colors, graphics or logos you fancy. Geer feels one of Jambo's key features is low fuel consumption, which he attributes to his heavily insulated fire box. Many folks choose the optional "Boiler" door for the firebox (see inset pic above). Chrome chimneys are another popular add-on.

 

Street: 
PO Box 40326
City: 
Ft. Worth
Zip: 
76140
Country: 
USA
Contact First name: 
Jamie
Contact Last Name: 
Geer
Contact Title: 
Owner
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Business Phone: 
817-223-3918
State / Province: 
TX
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