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List of UDS Manufacturers & Parts Vendors

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    List of UDS Manufacturers & Parts Vendors

    I'm not able to find a good list of the UDS manufacturers and decided to create one. I know there are probably 10s or 100s of them out there. Please add in this thread any UDS manufacturer that is not listed in my list below. I may edit my post from time to time with your additions:


    Big Poppa Smokers & Parts (https://www.bigpoppasmokers.com/)


    Pit Barrel Cooker (https://pitbarrelcooker.com/)


    Double Drum Co (https://doubleodrumco.com/)


    Cotton Gin Smokers (https://cottonginsmokers.com/)
    Motor City Smokers (https://motorcitysmokers.com/)


    Hunsaker Smokers & Parts (https://www.hunsakersmokers.com/)
    Smoker Builder & Parts (https://smokerbuildermfg.com/)


    Gateway Drum Smokers (https://www.gatewaydrumsmokers.com/)

    New York:

    UDS Parts (https://udsparts.com/)


    Texas Drum Smokers (https://www.facebook.com/TexasDrumSmokers)

    Last edited by MaxximMax; March 22, 2021, 11:40 AM.

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    • MaxximMax
      MaxximMax commented
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      Thanks for the addition. I missed to include this company (probably because they don't make the standard 55 gallon drums). I'll add it to the list.

    • Troutman
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      What happened to WSM ?????

    Ugly Drum Smokers Texas — on Facebook (so I’m unable to post a URL)

    and here’s one in NYC. https://udsparts.com/contact/
    Last edited by Texas Larry; March 22, 2021, 10:51 AM.


      Good list, I've dealt with about 4 of them for parts and what-not.


        If you think the PBC fits the description then you should include the Oklahoma Joes Bronco. It's available in the 18" size, regular Bronco and the 22", Bronco Pro (that is the same category as the UDS size). In both cases features per dollar spent have an edge.


          Anyone own or know much about the Cotton Gin smokers? They look interesting.


            Blaz'n Grills has now added a barrel cooker to their lineup. http://www.blazngrillworks.com/blazn1


              Motor City Smokers??? My homies??? I had never heard of them. Next time I am up there I'll have to drop in.



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