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    Got Lang??

    I'm looking for Lang with warmer box and grill. Interested in 48, 60 and maybe 84 if price is right. Thanks.


    #2
    What area are you in, and how far would you travel for pickup? This info will help any who may have what you're looking for.

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      #3
      Good luck on finding an used Lang for sale. The only reason that I can think of for someone selling their Lang is that they are upgrading to a bigger size. You might want to keep a watch on Craigslist or the forum on Langs website. Like i said from the beginning "Good Luck"

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        #4
        Thanks but i've decided to wait and buy a new one!!!

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          #5
          Great decision on buying a new one. Have you got a model pick out? Take my adviced if you are sure you're going to get a Lang it will be best to oreder it during the off season. If you wait til spring they will be back up 4-8 weeks. I know bc I made that mistake

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            #6
            There's a 2 year old, only used 12 times LANG 84 Deluxe for sale on the BBQ-Brethern for sale postings. $4800. Just an FYI

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              #7
              Dewayne, I was at the Lang factory last week. I decided on getting the 36" Hybrid Deluxe. It will either be the patio or the trailer I haven't decided. The 36" is huge inside. I was thinking it would be to small looking at the pics on their web site but when i got there it was totally different. On the smoker side you can get 4-5 racks of ribs on each shelf and since I am not commercial and there is just my immediate family. It will be great.

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                #8
                Barry, you'll be better ought to go ahead and get the 48 if it fits your budget because I guarantee you'll be wishing that you did after a few months

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                  #9
                  Sorry, been a while since i got on here. I've decided on the 60" Dlx Long Neck CharGrill. The 48 Hybrid Dlx would be plenty for now but i'm hoping to get started smoking for others. I have a wedding party in March that i'm cooking for and just don't want to buy to small. I'm in Oklahoma City area. Thanks for the post!!

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                    #10
                    Nice!!!

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by DWCowles View Post
                      Barry, you'll be better ought to go ahead and get the 48 if it fits your budget because I guarantee you'll be wishing that you did after a few months
                      DW, I am going to go back down to Nahunta and look at both before I order but, I think the 36" will be more than enough for me.

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                      • DWCowles
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                        You will enjoy it Barry

                      #12
                      I have been watching the Lang 36 videos and I must say I'll have me one of these one day

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                      • Ernest
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                        That's 6 PBCs. 6 Porcelain Coated PBCs.
                        a capacity of 48 ribs

                      • DWCowles
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                        Without the rich wood flavor that you get with a stick burner. Also those six PBCs won't last a lifetime.
                        Last edited by DWCowles; February 26, 2015, 03:05 PM.

                      • Ernest
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                        I can't argue with that. But I'll burn wood in that PBC, just you wait.

                      #13
                      Originally posted by Marauderer View Post
                      DW, I am going to go back down to Nahunta and look at both before I order but, I think the 36" will be more than enough for me.

                      I know the general rule of thumb is to never wish you'd bought the bigger model, but Barry I think you're right to go with the 36". A big EOS can really use up the fuel, which would get old quick when you cook mostly for two, or heck, even ten.

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                      • Marauderer
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                        David Parrish you are correct Dave. On the 36" they recommend the wood be the size of a Coke can. Smaller but still hot and it will use a lot less wood.

                      • DWCowles
                        DWCowles commented
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                        Marauderer you will enjoy the 36 model and the food that you cook on it

                      • Marauderer
                        Marauderer commented
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                        DWCowles, you are right but since you said it I will check out the 48" also but, I think it will be to large for me.

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                      Ernest commented
                      [COLOR=#6A6A6A !important]February 26th, 2015, 09:20 AM[/COLOR]


                      Official shipping cost came in $750. Yeah maybe next time. LOL


                      Ernest If I lived in the Dallas, TX area I would look at Johnson Custom Smokers over in Ennis,TX which is in the Metro Dallas area.

                      Their Ultimate Patio is very similar to Langs Deluxe Hybrid model

                      http://www.johnsonsmokers.com/index....d=71&Itemid=84

                      They have a bunch of other grill plans also. I am sure they could make you exactly what you wanted. In fact I would ask them which of their models is comparable to the Lang 36" Hybrid or whatever you liked at Lang

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                        #15
                        Thank you Marauderer. I problem with the Johnson Smokers is that I can't get myself to ask "Got Johnson"? I mean "Got Lang" should be the Lang smokers slogan.

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                        • Gunderich_1
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                          Ernest & Marauderer, you don't know how badly I want to start the "Johnson" jokes but this is a family web site. I will say I did go check them out and wow, I think I may have fallen in love! Especially with the side vertical feature....now I have to go look at Lang....(and I am back from looking at Lang)....I could do one of those too!
                          Last edited by Gunderich_1; February 26, 2015, 03:55 PM. Reason: updating comment

                        • Marauderer
                          Marauderer commented
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                          Gunderich_1 That's ok, "Johnson" jokes have been around a long time now. If I bought a Johnson smoker and was concerned about the name I would change it to something else.

                        • David Parrish
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                          Remember all the iPad jokes that were everywhere when the iPad first came out? Now no one ever even thinks about it. Buy the cooker, not the name.

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