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    New WSM door from Cajun Bandit

    Getting ready for tomorrows smoke and just installed the new stainless door from Cajun Bandit on my WSM. Doing a quick burn just to christen it, (the new door) Its not near as tight as I thought it be but it looks like I can tweak it if needed. I'm not passing judgement till I cook with it. The order/delivery was perfect thats for sure.

    http://cajunbandit.com/wsm-parts-mods/


    Watch this space for more info and pics....


    Oh BTW it looks flippin cool as all get out!
    Last edited by Jon Solberg; September 13, 2014, 06:33 PM.

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    How does it compare to the other door as for as fit?

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      appears tighter on the X and a bit looser on the z which I should be able to adjust by spreading the x just a bit
      Last edited by Jon Solberg; September 13, 2014, 07:24 PM.

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        #4
        y? get it....oh man, that was good.....at least on this end

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        • Jon Solberg
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          It was... :0

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        Looks awesome Jon! What are ya cookin first on it?

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          #6
          Ribs, Brining now.

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            #7
            I just did beef back ribs. Nice for something different. I know you could let them dudes hang ALL day without worrying about them falling off.....

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            • The Burn
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              Niiiiiiiiiice

            • Huskee
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              Git in muh bellay!

            • Ernest
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              That's one fantastic rib!

            #8
            Holy smoke ring jrod. That's amazing

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              #9
              For some reason ribs really soak up those gases. On the thinner pieces it is 99% ring.

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                #10
                Have you lost pork to the coals from hanging to long?

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                  #11
                  Never. I have had some wanting to give some. Once they pass the bend test, typically about 15-20 more minutes, and they are perfect, sauced or not. I paint on sauce once they pass the test for wet ribs.

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                    #12
                    I'm looking forward to your experience with the new door, Jon. I'm considering one myself.

                    Really nice ribs, Jerod!

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                      Hi Jon, I have one of those doors too. I like mine, it's a much better fit than the original for sure. This is the only mod I did to my 22'5" WSM. Well, I did add another great to cross/double up on the original for the charcoal. Have you done anything else to yours? I really want to find a good way to put handles on the mid section. Jim

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                        Jim,

                        Handles would be great especially on a 22. I wanted to put handles on mine but then the cover won't fit so I didn't. I hang my thermometer sending unit bracket with magnet for the same reason.

                        All I've done was cut a slot for my partyQ cable and blow holes in it for the probes and add the door.

                        Cable slot:



                        Therm bracket:



                        The CB door:

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                        • 3DJ
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                          Very cool Jon. Yeah, I have a half baked idea for handles that could come off. Haven't thought it all out yet.

                          That's a great idea with the magnets. Also, that slot is really well done. How did you do that if you don't mind?

                          Thanks,
                          Jim

                        • David Parrish
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                          Yeaha couple of folks like you and we might be able to set up a dedicated bullet smoker channel.; PM me if you're interested.

                        • Craigar
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                          3DJ here is a link for the slot: http://virtualweberbullet.com/cuttin...eter-slot.html

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                        Thanks Craiger! Jim

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