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screaming pete

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anybody use rib racks in your pro Q. how many  racks can you do at one time. ? and how long do you smoke your ribs?
#1 - June 01, 2010, 10:08:16 am

KidCurry

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I use a roasting rack upside down, it holds 6 racks of trimmed ribs.  I have to bend them in a little on the sides if the racks are long.

 I have only done 6 at anytime but i image with another rack I could do 12 at a time, but I do like to lay them flat once I foil them so with more than 6 they would need to be on top of one another. I can only fit 3 ribs per grate flat.
#2 - June 01, 2010, 10:31:01 am
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screaming pete

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thanks kid i'm trying to do the ribs,brisket, shoulder and chicken all at one time on friday. i need another ring!!!
#3 - June 01, 2010, 03:54:11 pm

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I've used three stacker at once before. Back in the pre-Lang days. You can get the lower grate hot enough for chicken, and the top grate will be good for ribs. I didn't have anything on the middle. Do the butts and briskets first, pull them, wrap them good, and put them in a cooler or Cambro. They'll hold while you cook the chicken and ribs.
#4 - June 01, 2010, 06:00:56 pm
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I wrapped a brisket in foil and 2 towels, stuffed in a cooler for 4-5 hours. Still too hot to hold for more'n 3-5 seconds when I unwrapped it. It works..
#5 - June 01, 2010, 06:28:46 pm
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anybody use rib racks in your pro Q. how many  racks can you do at one time. ? and how long do you smoke your ribs?
We use a rib rack on ours, just like Ralph has.  It's a roast rack that doubles as a rib rack.  We can easily get six trimmed racks on each level of the Pro Q Excel 20.  Total cook time is about 6 hours....total smoke time, about 2 hours.
#6 - June 01, 2010, 08:01:04 pm
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thanks for all the tips guys, i have 2 other guys wanting pro q's  after they seen mine  crash? you sell them right
#7 - June 02, 2010, 12:08:04 pm

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Sorry, I've been sold out for a while.  I'd suggest eBay or CL, but be prepared to spend close to $300.
#8 - June 02, 2010, 04:39:24 pm
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thanks for all the tips guys, i have 2 other guys wanting pro q's  after they seen mine  crash? you sell them right

Pete according to Ian they are being sold in the US under the name "Napoleon Apollo Series AS300K" I did a search and found them for 355-400 hope this helps
#9 - June 09, 2010, 02:40:33 pm

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