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    Question for PBC owners

    Hey everyone, I am looking to purchase a PBC, but I have a couple questions for those of you that own currently. I smoke a lot of chicken wings, currently using a box gas smoker which has four wide racks for large quantities. The rub I put on the wings results in quite a bit of liquid dripping off wings during smoke. My questions are these: has anyone tried to "stack grates", hover grate style to increase capacity, and how does the PBC respond to a large amount of dripping juices? Thanks in advance for your replies.

    It does pretty well with juices. On 5 brisket cooks I will have grease pouring out the vent.....

    I have stacked grates to cook brisket, which really just holds the top two to rotate to the bottom for getting bark.

    I did stack with bricks to cook country style ribs aka sliced pork butt, and it worked out quite well.

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