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  • cosmo
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    Jfrosty27 Only 4 months late on my response (it's been a busy 4 months!).....Treat em like brisket, I had them around 240-250F

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  • Jfrosty27
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    I have a rack of those in the freezer. Wondered how long they would take to cook. What cooker temp did you run??

  • cosmo
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    Just did some Porter Road Dinosaur Ribs (about 7.5lbs). Took around 11 hours (no wrap) and were fantastic!

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  • Steve B
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    Yup. 8-9 hrs for those bad boys.
    A lot of people claim to get theirs done in 5-6 hrs. But they ain’t the big ones you got.
    And those are the real deal. 👊👊

  • Randy-Phx
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    Or breakfast!

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  • TxF
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    2nd attempt this time i turned up the heat to 275ish and spritzed them but didn’t wrap them. I’m going to give them an 8. I couldn’t eat them with a plastic fork, but the bark was much better, Only took 7 hrs this time, When I can trust my pit a bit more I can put these on at midnight and have them for lunch the next day.
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  • Jfrosty27
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    Yes you are correct. But the plate ribs cook about the same for me. Same 8-9 hours.

  • HawkerXP
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    No pictures, never happened!

  • TxF
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    Thanks for all the help, turned out great just wasn’t expecting it to take 9 hrs.

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  • Dewesq55
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    Those look like chuck ribs, not the big plate ribs (dino ribs). They dinos are usually a 3 bone section about 9 inches long.

  • 58limited
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    I cook mine at 275. Usually takes 6-8 hours.

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  • Red Man
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    Wrap em if you’re happy with the bark and/or you want them done sooner. You could crank it up to 275 as well.

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  • TxF
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    Well at least I got an earlier start than usual. Put them on at 2 and they look to be bigger than those in the picture, 5lbs with 3 bones.
    Last edited by TxF; July 12, 2020, 06:12 PM.

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  • Jfrosty27
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ID:	879747 I do these all the time on my pellet grill Sounds like a typical stall. I cook mine at 250 and it usually takes around 8-9 hours. Don’t know when you put yours on.

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  • texastweeter
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    Usually a 7-8 hour cook for me.

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