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Old 06-15-2012, 11:55 AM   #1
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A-maz-n-tube-smoker

A-MAZ-N-TUBE-SMOKER in my Masterbuilt Smokehouse Propane Smoker

I received the AMNTS from Todd at A-MAZE-N Products, LLC to put through itís paces mainly in the Traeger Pellet Smoker, but I thought why not try it in the propane smoker.

The UPS truck brought an AMNTS and about 20 pounds of Pitmasterís Choice Pellets. Thank you Todd.


Loaded the Tube about ĺ of a pound of Pitmasterís Choice Pellets.


Light with a torch.


I put a pan over the chip pan and place the AMNTS in it. This is to prevent flare-ups.


Here comes the smoke


The pit maintained a constant temp of 217 degrees at itís lowest setting with a nice blue color smoke coming out the pit.

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Old 06-15-2012, 08:46 PM   #2
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Very interesting. I've never seen one of these. I have a question. How long did it keep the temp of 217?
Its very cool.
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Very interesting. I've never seen one of these. I have a question. How long did it keep the temp of 217?
Its very cool.
It did not keep a temp of 217. The pit was able to maintain a constant temperature because the Tube did not increase the temperature.
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Old 06-16-2012, 11:49 AM   #4
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Oh, I just realized after looking at the pics again it isn't your heat source.
How long was it able to produce smoke for?
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Oh, I just realized after looking at the pics again it isn't your heat source.
How long was it able to produce smoke for?
It will smoke up to 4 hours depending on how much draft the pit has.
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Thanks for the info.
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