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  • RolfTaylor
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    If you have a local Ace that is convenient then you have a few options. Each Ace is individually/locally owned. Part of the Ace culture is service so most will be happy to do special orders. If not, you can go to the ace web site and order on line for pickup at the store. This avoids shipping charges as they just throw it on the next truck going to your local store. You can get anything stocked in the regional warehouse this way. Take about 4-8 days depending local schedule.

  • marshall
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    I once found 3 bags of cherry wood chunks at our local clothing department store when they had there store closing.....never had any sort of grilling stuff there before, bought all 3 for like 5$

  • pjlstrat
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    I have had good luck from BBQguys with the diamondking products. A little pricy but great quality compared to some of the chips and bark you find in some of the big box store bags.

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  • Bkhuna
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    It's hard to find a variety of wood chunks were I live. Most of the retail space is taken up by gas grills and such. Home Depot use to sell about 5 different wood chunks but no longer. Same with Ace. Everything now is pellets.

    I use Fruita Wood now because I can get things I'll never see in any store in my area.

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  • grantgallagher
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    i used to use fruitawood.com but i got an order from https://www.smokinlicious.com/#gsc.tab=0 and i have to say i like it better. No bark and they have a really good selection. The website is horrendous btw but i finally figured it out.

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  • Mudkat
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    Never had a problem with Big Box wood chunks. My favorite source now is a local orchard. I’m a regular customer there. I got a years worth of peach and cherry (from their pruning) and they got pulled chuck roast!

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  • Mudkat
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    Ah, Meatups.... remember when...

    Glad you’re enjoying them HawkerXP!

  • TripleB
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    If you've ever been to a BBQ competition down in So. Cal, look for the woodshed tent. Their either competing and/or selling, but the young ladies they have in their booths are pretty special.

  • Huskee
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    I use FruitaWoodChunks.com, they're my go-to. If you decide to try them out I recommend the "U-pick'em" option, it's cheaper if you want a few varieties.

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  • labbq
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    You can order wood chunks online from The Woodshed in OC here:
    https://sharpegourmet.com/t/wood-chunks

    Great selection and quality.

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  • Rod
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    https://fruitawood.com/

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  • xaugievike
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    I go to a local landscape supply store that stocks firewood of multispeices (oak, hickory, etc) and buy a bundle there. take it home, make mini splits and then chop 'em into chunks. $15 bundle lasts me a couple years.

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  • jfmorris
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    I used to buy bags of chunks from Home Depot or Lowes. A lot of variation in size in those. Last time I stocked up on wood chunks, it was at Academy, as they sell B&B charcoal and wood chunks. Been very happy with the B&B charcoal and chunks - I keep a selection of hickory, post oak, cherry and apple.

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  • cgrover60
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    Amazon carries a decent selection from Western Barbecue Products.

    https://www.amazon.com/Western-Premi...4821547&sr=8-3

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  • HawkerXP
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    A little goes a long way unless you have a stick burner.

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