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It took about 1 hr.    The rub had baking power in it which helps crisp up wings.    After 20 minutes, turned wings over, after 20 more minutes turned wings over again, then 20 minutes after checked meat temp. Wings done, took off Traeger and then coated with glaze, then sprinkled seame seeds on top.    Outside temp was -21 C,  wind chill was closer to -30C. Traeger at highest setting would run around 450 F was only reaching about 400-425F,    If it wasn't so cold out, I think I could have had the wings done about 10 minutes faster.    My boys told me next time I make wings that I should also make pizza.        Note to self, a welding blanket might come in useful for very cold days.    The select model I have doesn't have insulated cover because double wall construction.   At -15 C, I have had no issues with maintaining temperature and I have also previously used at -20 C before but there little to no wind chill.   This past Sunday the wind chill was very nasty.     

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