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Larry D.

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Chuck_050382 said:
2) If it is a ECB and not a WSM what are some mods that could be done to make it cook better?
If it turns out to be a Brinkmann, let us know if it's the ECB (the very cheapest) or the Gourmet (not quite as cheap, and a little easier to cook on). There are some mods that can be made to either one to make them easier to work with.
 

Pigs On The Wing BBQ

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wittdog said:
Thats what I started on...brings back some memories...those mods will help alot.
Your not kidding. I did a ton of things on a ECB. Sure there cheap, but a person just starting out, you can't beat the price and Chuck got it for the best price! Rome was not built in a day. :LOL: I'll have to look around to see what I have left. Might be fun to cook on one again. :D
 

Toby Keil

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I have an ECB that I found at a garage sale for $10.00, I'm going to make the mods and use it for camping trips then I wont risk damaging my WSM during travel.
 

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