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Re:Rutland on my XL - start to finish

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Posted by: ChokeOnSmoke on 2011/04/03 15:12:07  

In Reply to: Re:Rutland on my XL - start to finish posted by Austin Smoker on 2011/04/03 15:02:56

Austin Smoker wrote:
i've been gasketless for over a year and the wind wreaks havoc with me....no more!

Same here. I had a huge 8-10 inch gap (gasket gone on top and bottom) but the rest of the gasket was fine, therefore the big air gap. I'd shut it down after a cook and all the charcoal would completely burn up anyway with the air getting in there.

R.D.
Packerland, WI

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