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  1. This one is from RO, regular vs XL.
  2. I ran across this comparison:
  3. WM's website shows a pic of the XL bag for that price, but it's the regular stuff.
  4. Looks like you're right, their pic is of the XL, but says it's Royal Oak Classic. https://www.walmart.com/ip/Royal-Oak-Classic-Lump-30-Lbs/896217027
  5. $17 for a 30 lb. bag in my area. I have not tried it yet. edit, pic is of the XL, but it's apparently the regular lump.
  6. Has anyone tried the Royal Oak XL Cut (large size pieces) lump? I think it's currently only sold at Walmart. At stores near me it's $17 for a 30 lb. bag.
  7. Glad I'm not smoking a turkey today. The Pit Boss is behind the baby WSM.
  8. Swift Premium brand. Cherry wood for smoke, cooked around 275+/- for 2.75 hours, foiled with apple juice and brown sugar for about 1 hour, out and sauced for another 15 minutes. Had a spike to 310 after opening the hood to foil. Moist, tender and tasty ribs!
  9. Well if we're gonna show our butts here, this is mine from Labor Day on my PBK22. It cooked up all gnarly giving it plenty of bark. Still 2 hrs. to go in this pic.
  10. Another thing to consider is the weight of these things on a balcony.
  11. Nice! Since I got my K22 for $300 from Walmart, it pained me to break down and pay almost $100 for the twin stones and spider, but I'm glad I did.
  12. I've been shooting hummers lately. It takes a lot of them to fill the grate.
  13. My local WM finally dropped the price to five bucks a bag, I picked up one to try it for myself. They still have 6 full pallets and a lot of the bags on the floor are getting torn open from moving it around. I've heard that some stores have dropped it to $3 per bag, not around here though.
  14. I stuck a probe from my Maverick ET-733 into a top vent hole to check mine, and my stock therm is pretty accurate.
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