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RE: Smokers

I have a Webber smokey mtn also. But I had an old turkey fryer burner laying around so I took it all apart and made it so I could stick it in the bottom of the webber if I dont want to mess with charcoal. Works real good! Nice work. I did the same thing to an old POS electric smoker I had and converted to propane. http://i40.photobucket.com/albums/e204/dave_rce1/Burner1_zpsfb1f2c7e.jpg
Super_Dave 07/01/15 09:52am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Why do wet baths suck?

Let it sit out in that 100+* heat. It'll dry out;) Well, maybe not by the time you need it. Hey, people are paying good money for the "wet wipes" they are advertising nowdays. LOL!
Super_Dave 06/30/15 09:55pm Truck Campers
RE: Fire, not our TC

The truck hood being up was a little odd. Also, the propane tank explosion causes me to move to the next flammable tank and wonder about the truck fuel tank itself. I guess Hollywood really does frame our thinking about some things.
Super_Dave 06/30/15 09:49am Truck Campers
RE: Ice maker

A permanent mount sounds intriguing but I hate leaving my water pump on 24/7.
Super_Dave 06/29/15 11:12am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: HELP, HELP....our popovers are sticking in the muffin pan

One failsafe method is to cut a piece of wax paper the size and shape of the pan bottom. It is how I do all my non stick cake pans and works very well as long as one doesn't allow the baked item to cool for too long on the pan. Has your DW been diligent about flipping the pan say within 10 - 15 minutes?
Super_Dave 06/28/15 12:21pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Smokers

Whatever vessel you want to smoke in, imagine this inside of it. Picked up 80 lbs of meat tonight for a weekend smoke. http://i40.photobucket.com/albums/e204/dave_rce1/Meat_zpsdtph7v7s.jpg
Super_Dave 06/25/15 09:08pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Happijac 4150 wired remote issue

I've tried shopping for a wired remote online but not found them. Just finding the wireless versions. I'd like to have an insurance remote in the camper for that day that the light doesn't come on or won't go green.
Super_Dave 06/23/15 04:32pm Truck Campers
RE: Pickle poppers

Those look very interesting. I'd want to make a meat & cheese filling. Maybe an ice cream filling for those about to be with child. LOL!
Super_Dave 06/23/15 10:58am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: HappiJac #5

I think one just has to be smarter than the jack. If it starts to groan, take the measures to get the camper square again and take the jack out of the binding condition. With all 4 jack motors operating at slightly different speeds, it isn't uncommon to put a jack in a bind. I raise that jack completely off the ground and re-true itself.
Super_Dave 06/22/15 01:56pm Truck Campers
RE: Dumb, Dumb Dumb

Taco trucks here in my area list it as one of the meat choices. We stopped at one a couple of weeks ago and my buddy said it was some of the best he's ever had. So, I guess I need to order it the next time we go by there.
Super_Dave 06/20/15 08:11am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: 96 f350 dually extended cab diesel

And in the meantime, a wild guess would be that the truck is in the 7,500 - 8,000 lbs range.
Super_Dave 06/18/15 07:53am Truck Campers
RE: battery disconnect

The solenoids are inexpensive and go inline of the truck charge wire to the camper batteries. I recently had to replace mine. It was located approximately under the gas fill on the drivers side. If you have a 7 pin plug that was installed in the front of your truck bed, follow it back to where they tied it into the harness.
Super_Dave 06/17/15 04:16pm Truck Campers
RE: AF 1150 trim strip fix?

It is unclear to me what purpose this piece serves? Also not 100% sure what I'm seeing in the picture. I'm assuming you are talking about the piece that runs a couple of inches from the top of the diamond plate and the full length of the floor?
Super_Dave 06/17/15 09:56am Truck Campers
RE: Bought my first beef clod

garmp1, since there is no perfect cooker for all cases, one just has to add more toys to the collection. This is the line of smoker that I "upgraded" to. It is a set it and forget it method of smoking. I still love my old smoker for doing side dishes and short duration smokes but this sure makes a long smoke a piece of cake. Smokin-It Smokers
Super_Dave 06/16/15 03:47pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Eagle Cap campers, experience?

pcoplin, my recollection is that the slide added a couple hundred pounds to the dry weight between the slide and non slide version. My 850 slide version was listed at 2,800 pounds and some change, dry.
Super_Dave 06/16/15 02:26pm Truck Campers
RE: Eagle Cap campers, experience?

Per Bill's response, Eagle Cap has had 2 different owners since 2004 but out of warranty is out of warranty. Eagle Cap was one of the first in the industry to come out with the gel coat finish TC and the wraparound front and rear caps are an excellent design to avoid seam leaking. pcoplin, you think the foot shorter camper won't be an issue for you?
Super_Dave 06/16/15 12:43pm Truck Campers
RE: Eagle Cap campers, experience?

2007 Eagle Cap 850 owner. It has been a wonderful camper. They are heavy, no doubt.
Super_Dave 06/16/15 12:38pm Truck Campers
RE: Bought my first beef clod

Trust me, double door is not a big bonus on a propane smoker. The temp drops are recouped very quickly as compared to electrics which take a long time to get back to the desired cooking temp. Double door might be a nice extra but not at all necessary with the propane models.
Super_Dave 06/15/15 04:07pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Black plywood paper?

Look up Tyvek products and see if they have a material that would be suitable. Their products have become the industry standard for building wraps in construction for the last several years.
Super_Dave 06/15/15 04:03pm Truck Campers
RE: Smoked some chickens this weekend....

Unless folks just like burning time, I use 300 - 325 but that's in part because my smoker will deliver that. People with electric smokers with an upper limit of 250 can just turn it up full throttle. I smoke half or full chickens in about an hour and a half. Air drying and a low temp smoke probably means an all afternoon process and at the end of the day I'm still just eating chicken. LOL! And to be clear, I am by no means saying that other methods aren't valid but just wanted to throw an alternate idea out there. I get annoyed when people think that there is only one way to cook something to get good results.
Super_Dave 06/15/15 02:13pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
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