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Date Posted: 15:49:55 12/17/01 Mon
Author: Mop
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Subject: Re: Question for any barrell grill owners
In reply to: DarrenC 's message, "Question for any barrell grill owners" on 14:08:09 12/17/01 Mon

well, thanks for the vote of confidence there Earl.

I never use that cooker for temps that low but based on what I have used in the past to maintain 225 (which is higher than what you need), I would think that it would take no more than 8 briquettes IF THAT!, Thats a guess, I would certainly not start out with any more than that..

Are you going to preburn the coals?, Whenever I have been unsure in the past, I would light a chimney of coals and then just add them to the cooker til I reach my desired temp and then just "maintain" from there....

good luck sir.

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