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    yes, I have two already when I needed propane (natural gas line is so nice to have). thank you for the reminder

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    I you use natural gas, you might need need new jets in the smoker.

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    going to use propane in the smoker for now. will get a conversion kit if I end up getting a splitter so I can feed both the grill and the smoker (would that be wise?)

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    Good idea. Also Lowes seems to have a decent selection of wood chips in stock. I would stay away from BBQs galore, they are expensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by homersimps View Post
    Since you got a gas smoker, it is a requirement that you have two propane bottles. It sucks running out of gas midway through.
    Plus you dont get hosed on the minimum. The minimum to fill one is generally 15 bucks....filling two costs 22.
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    Quote Originally Posted by homersimps View Post
    Good idea. Also Lowes seems to have a decent selection of wood chips in stock. I would stay away from BBQs galore, they are expensive.
    Agreed...complete rip off. There is a shack off the 5 and Avery that sells big boxes of orange and almond for 10-15 bucks. Enough wood to let you do long term smoking 2 times. If anyone else finds a place with cheap smoking wood by all means pipe in.
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    what about places (like home depot) where it is just a swap out of tanks?

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    This works really well and you'll only spend about $40.

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