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    jlazar from San Antonio

    Just joined the Pitmaster Club. Have been smoking on a Brinkmann Electric for about 7 years. Just got a WSM 18.5 to move up to real smoking. Really appreciate all the insight and information available on this sight. Helped me decide on the Maverick 732 and the upgrade to the Cajun Bandit door. Have only viewed one seminar (Harry Soo) but got some very valuable tips out of it. Look forward to continue learning from everyone. John

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    Welcome John! Nice job on the signature. We're glad you're here!

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      Welcome John. Sounds like you're navigating around here pretty good, your sig is filled out and you've already been able to watch a video. If you need any further help, just holler real loudly. There's a post that explains the best way to post nice big pics here that I like to share with new members, check it out when you can- we like to see bragging pictures of your equipment and your cooks. We look forward to hearing more from you! Enjoy!

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        Thanks to both of you for the welcome. Huskee, I used your instructions to post a couple of pics and a question in the techniques area. Your instructions really made it easy.

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          Great! I'll check 'em out.

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        Hey John, Welcome to the pit!

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