Just got my baffle plate for my Oklahoma Joe Highland

Discussion in 'Wood Smokers' started by ammaturesmoker, Jun 21, 2015.

  1. ammaturesmoker

    ammaturesmoker Smoking Fanatic

    need to assemble it and season it. Perhaps I should do a review article on it since its a new product from island bbq.
  2. bmyers

    bmyers Newbie


    How is your new baffle plate working?

    I ordered one from and installed it and had a very hard time keeping a temp over 200, after messing around with it and not fixing the issue I just took it out.
  3. sky1926

    sky1926 Fire Starter

    Looking for one myself for mine...I have the combo OK joe..any chance you could measure your highland at grate level? I believe mine is inbetween highland and longhorn
  4. ammaturesmoker

    ammaturesmoker Smoking Fanatic

  5. sky1926

    sky1926 Fire Starter


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  6. gonavy

    gonavy Smoke Blower

    Let me know how yours is doing, got mine from BBQSmokersMods and so far what I have noticed is it takes a little longer to get upto temp and I have to use a bigger fire (more coals or wood) starts out being pretty even or slightly cooler on the firebox side, but about two or three hours in there is a 20-25 degree difference, hotter on the firebox side.. duh..lol..which I can live with...beats the hell out the 70 degree diff I had before the plate install.  So all in all pretty happy with mine, not really sure if this all the baffle plates fault, I also sealed everything up at the same time.
  7. ammaturesmoker

    ammaturesmoker Smoking Fanatic

    Getting up to temp takes a long time even without the plate. Since I had my firebox welded and no longer use the RTV, I can dump a whole chimney of charcoal in there. As for the plate, I did not mount the two halves together. I also made 2 of the smallest holes bigger and moved the plates 1 inch apart from each other. That is also where I set my water pan. Its perfectly even!!!

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