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    Hello from Cincinnati Ohio

    Greetings fellow BBQ enthusiasts! This site changed my life about a year ago. Thanks to amazingribs.com a good portion of my paycheck has gone towards my education in the art of BBQ. I own a WSM 22.5, Weber Kettle 22.5 with Smokenator; and a Pit Barrel Cooker. I just got the WSM and I am smoking my first set of ribs on it as I write this introduction. I will post some pictures if they turn out decent. Anyways hope everyone is having a great weekend so far and I am glad to be part of this community.

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    Welcome BB! We're glad you're here. Be sure and post those pics regardless of the outcome. We're all about learning up in these parts. (said with southern drawl)

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      Will do! My biggest concern was being able to maintain 225 degrees throughout the cook on the WSD 22.5. So far so good! I think these ribs should turn out just fine.

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        Welcome to The Pit BILBOBBQ ! Enjoy those ribs! You sound like you're equipped for any BBQ challenge with those 3 machines. Nice!

        Since this is your first post, please check out our homework assignment post for new members, it contains a few how-tos and please-dos such as setting up your signature with those toys of yours.

        Hope to hear & see more from you!

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          I've read the big WSMs get easier to hold 225F after they get good and seasoned.

          Or maybe Harry Soo said that in his video seminar...

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            Welcome to the pit BB

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              Welcome, Bilbo. I have a WSM 14.5" and have found it very easy to maintain temperature. However, I understand the different sized mountains behave a bit differently and the 22.5 supposedly has a tendency to run a bit hot. You've got a great stable of cooking devices, good luck with your newest horse.

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