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bbqking

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EX6, 2, 22” kettles, and a e310 gasser
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TrendKill switched to them, they aren’t available out here.
 

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Never heard of them before today.
 

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I like them, at $15 for 40 lbs, they are a great price and have a nice flavor. I didn't have weber pellets available at first, so I bought these. They seem to throw around more lit pellets into the cooking area and ash pan than Weber pellets though, and they are bigger in diameter. For smoking I think a drip pan is a must with these based on the embers I was seeing.

Edit: I forgot about this major detail- When I did this cook, I removed the finger guard and didn't realize those screws held the auger assembly in place, so the auger was moving left and right with torque as it was pushing pellets. I haven't tried B&B pellets since putting the screws back in to keep the auger in place. That left and right movement probably sent pellets all over the place, and could have resulted in what you are seeing below. Just something to watch for...

 
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