Weston Brand 48" Gas Smoker

Item # WX2-166940

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Details & Specs

Weston Brand 48" Gas Smoker... enhance your favorite meats!

Pull out ol' smoky for a unique twist on popular eats! Pop vegetables, nuts, fish meats and wild game into this outdoor 20,000 BTU Gas Smoker for unbeatable, palate-teasing treats.

Has a cast-iron smoking box for your flavor-altering wood pellets, chips, etc. Adjust the propane (propane not included) levels with the easy-to-manipulate fuel delivery system, then monitor the temperature with the precise external gauge to make sure your food cooks at the right pace.

Comes complete with six 14 1/2" chrome-plated cooking racks so you can get plenty of food done in one batch. Locking handle on door stays cool during cooking. The perfect choice for suped-up ribs, steaks, brisket and much more!

The rundown:
  • Rotary igniter for easy start up
  • 3 adjustable dampeners
  • Large porcelain-coated water pan can withstand high heat
  • Fully-welded, heavy gauge, black-coated steel cooking cabinet
  • Heavy-duty carrying handles
  • 1-year limited manufacturer's warranty
  • Outside measures 22 x 22 x 57" (with legs) inside measures 16 x 16 x 48". Weighs 107 lbs.

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Reviews
Weston Brand 48 Gas Smoker is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best smoker for the $ !!!!! The only thing that should be changed is it needs to be 30,000 BTU not 20,000 BTU. If it's a little cold it won't even get to 200 degrees. I work around that. Limits when you can smoke in upstate NY. But still love it. Pete
Date published: 2014-12-30
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