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    Hello everyone! New guy Alert. I am not "new to BBQ" have been smoking on a drum style water smoker for 30 years, My last one finally fell apart and I splurged and bought the OK Joe's Bronco. Now trying to learn to do it all over and struggling. (plus wife wants me to learn Western N. Carolina style instead of my normal Texas style) So far the drum is winning. Here to learn and hopefully get the fun back in it.

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    Welcome! The OKJ Bronco is a great choice!

    What are your issues? We can help get you up that learning curve!

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    • CaptGreg
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      just posted a small book on post 16

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    Welcome to The Pit.

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      Welcome from Minnesota.

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        Welcome from the California Delta.

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          Welcome from Maryland

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            Carolina style, barbecue sauce is vinegar and mustard based.
            BBQ is time+Tamp+smoke.
            Problem solved. LOL, I'm so helpful.

            Hello from NW Oregon.

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            • CaptGreg
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              lol i wish it was that easy

            • Jared49
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              By the times the guys in here get through with you, it’ll be that easy!!!

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            Welcome to the Pit from Dallas, Texas! Uncle Bob should be able to help.

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              Welcome from Wisconsin. Glad you could join us!
              Just so happens there is a whole channel just for your cooker. There are a lot of great guides, tips, and tricks there. I have also seen it said that there is enough crossover between the Bronco and the Pit Barrel that much of the information for one applies to the other. You can find the PBC channel here.

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              • Panhead John
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                Great answer!

              • CaptGreg
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                been reading already

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              Welcome from Virginia!

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                Howdy from The Great State of Jefferson, fellow Capitan! What are/were you a captain of, if you don't mind my asking? Fire Captain here (actually retired as a Battalion Chief, but being a FC was the best job I ever had, never should have allowed myself to be coerced into promoting!!!). Welcome to the Pitmaster Club!!

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                • CaptGreg
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                  Charter Boat/ Delivery Capt./ small coastal freighters

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                  Fantastic!! I must tell you the tale of when I was the Captain of a rusty old square rigger that sailed through The Straits of Central Siberia in the winter of aught two. Most considered the trip foolhardy, but I and my cast of freaks on The Ship of Fools were undaunted by the task. In fact, we were merrily traversing the Straits when I suddenly sensed a subtle, but very noticeable wind shift. I shouted to the lads (and bearded ladies) to heave to!! for suddenly appeared on the horizon was...

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                Welcome from Colorado …

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                  Welcome!

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                    Welcome and glad to have you here. Tons of great information and wonderful helpful folks around this place.

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                      Welcome to the pit Captain Greg, we’re glad to have ya. Your days of struggling with the OJ Bronco should be over soon. There’s several of us here who have one and we all love it! Any questions or problems you have, let us know. As mentioned above there’s a whole channel here dedicated to that cooker. (and a lot more) One thing I found after I joined last year, the folks here are happy to help and respond quickly. Have fun!
                      Last edited by Panhead John; July 28, 2021, 07:00 PM.

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                      • CaptGreg
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                        just posted a small book on post 16

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