MORE smoke, or longer smoke?

Discussion in 'Propane Smokers' started by stfron, May 17, 2008.

  1. stfron

    stfron Smoke Blower SMF Premier Member

    I was reading a post last night that had referred to a modification that replaced the firebox with a larger cast iron skillet.

    My question is this, will this produce more smoke or a longer smoke time without having to replace wood chunks-?

    Ribs going in this afternoon!!!
     
  2. travcoman45

    travcoman45 Master of the Pit OTBS Member

    Yall don't wan't more smoke, remember thin n blue! I replaced that dinky lil pan they sent with mine, used a 9X9 cake pan that I cover with aluminum foil, heps prevent them nasty flare ups. Gives me a longer smoke run time. Can usually get by with two pans on a long run, don't have ta check it as often that way. I personnally don't like the cast iron fer the chip pan, takes a long while ta warm up an start smokin, thinner metal will heat up a might faster. Just my two coppers worth.
     
  3. i have a propane smoker i always use the smoker box that came with it i havent had any problems i have heard on here if you want the wood to start smoking faster use a coffee can cut down to fit your smoker. it is a thinner material. well thats my 2 cents and thats all its worth.
     
  4. starsfaninco

    starsfaninco Smoking Fanatic OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    To your question, I believe that it will just produce more smoke. You might get a little longer smoke out of it too, but more wood on the hot surface just means more wood smoking.
     
  5. stfron

    stfron Smoke Blower SMF Premier Member

    Kinda what I thought- Thanks for the replies everyone-
     
  6. richoso1

    richoso1 Smoking Guru OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    What Travcoman said...
     
  7. flyin'illini

    flyin'illini Smoking Fanatic SMF Premier Member

    Ron, Trav has nailed my experience here as well. (use ECB elect)
     
  8. davenh

    davenh Smoking Fanatic OTBS Member

    A larger pan might allow you to fit a bigger thicker chunk and still be able to cover it, which should last a lot longer than tossing in more smaller chunks.
     

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