Used Backwoods Fatboy

Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade' started by dozerkid9, Oct 15, 2015.

  1. dozerkid9

    dozerkid9 Newbie

    There ain’t nuthin wrong with bein’ fat when you have a Fat Boy by Backwoods Smoker. This competition BBQ will have you making room in your trophy case for new additions. The Backwoods Smoker Fat Boy took the Jack Daniels Championship in 2007 in which the winner of that contest used only one Fat Boy for all 4 KCBS categories. Clearly capacity and versatility make this a must-have for avid competitors and backyard chefs.

    The Fat Boy follows the tradition of the Backwoods Smoker line, being a versatile cooker that can be easily transported for competition and catering. This competition BBQ has a commercial fire pan which allows the ash to fall into the catch pan below it. The Fat Boy has four racks 19 1/2" square. It's external dimensions are 27" x 38" x 24". It has an excellent capacity and will deliver competition BBQ level performance. 

    Standard Features:
    • Permanent water pan
    • Stainless steel doors
    • Commercial fire grate
    • 2″ insulation
    • Pre-drilled Caster bolt hole pattern on the bottom of the 3 inch feet
    • Cooking degrees: (approx) 180 to 300
    • Amount of charcoal: (approx) 12 to 18 lb
    • Cooking time: (approx) 6 to 10 hours (Depending on the temperature used for cooking)
    • Meat:  (approx)
      8 to 10 slabs of baby back ribs
      8 briskets
      12 to 16 Boston butts

    Weight: 275 lbs.

    Outside dimensions:

    • 25″ deep plus 2 1/2″ for the thermometer and latches
    • 38″ tall plus 2 1/2″ for stack
    • 27″ wide plus 8″ for the drain
    Cooking Chamber dimensions:

    • 20″ deep
    • 20 1/2″ tall
    • 20″ wide

    • 4 – 4 1/2″ apart
    • 19 1/2″ deep
    • 19 1/2″ wide
    • 1/4″ Nickel plated round bar
    Also included in price

    Heat diverter  - $65

    Cover- $90

    Castors- $75

    BBQ GURU Adaptor- $40

    We have personally won various awards with this smoker including 3rd, 4th and 5th place calls in pork and brisket at the American Royal. Multiple Grand Championships and tens of thousands of dollars in winnings with this one smoker alone. We will be getting a new trailer with one large permanent smoker attached instead of cooking on two cookers but otherwise I would keep this smoker but i have no room to store it. Has Years and years left of championships left in it built sturdy to last!!
  2. hevy j

    hevy j Newbie

    Do you still have it and where is it located?

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