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    Camp Chef Vault 24 Max Capacity...???

    Curious what some have loaded one down with.

    #2
    I’ve done 8 racks of SLC Ribs once in mine. They turned out great.

    I’ve also done 4 - 8 to 9 lb. pork butts once. These also turned out great.

    I have no information on an 8 Brisket cook. That’s probably the information you’re looking for, isn’t it Jerod.

    😆

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    • Jerod Broussard
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      Kinda.....It looks like 3 might be possible horizontally, maybe more vertically.

    #3
    Jerod do you have a 24” Smoke Vault and are you wondering how it cooks loaded up or are you thinking about getting one.

    I can give you some measurements and pictures of specific things on the Smoke Vault if you want.

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      I got one in the living room. Been measuring and rebar with PBC hooks would probably be best for brisket. Will do a burn-in with chips to locate the hot spots on the wood pan so I can position chunks for optimal burnage.

    #4
    I've done 6 racks of full spareribs at once. Also 4 butts at once. Neither of those were really jamming it in.
    Just eyeballing the space, 3 briskets should be possible vertically.
    However, watch out for the vertical temperature gradients. I've measured 20-30 F from bottom to top in mine.

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      Will do

    • ssandy_561
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      When I did my 8 racks of ribs I ran about 25 degrees difference between top and bottom also.

    #5
    I’ve done 4 pork butts and 2 STL ribs. Everything came out pretty good. 3 briskets could be done (depending on thickness) and i would rotate every couple hours.

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      #6
      done 3 briskets many times on mine. heat pools at the top you you have to rotate. going to add a stack to it to help solve that problem. I've had mine loaded for bear with everything you can think of from cheese, to brisket, to salmon, you name it.

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        #7
        Thanks guys.

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