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36"Patio Question W/O Warmer

 
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Midwest Freak





Joined: 20 Aug 2013
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Location: Rayville , Mo

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here is the deal I have been a member for a long time and was going to buy a Lang awhile back but bought something else that is a great smoker like a Lang . It is a big trailer model and is hard to get out of the garage for smaller cooks and I need another small smoker  since winter is coming  up . I have a old Brinkmann Cimarron made out of 1/4" steel but it is only 16" in diameter and lacks the cooking space for my family and am looking at the Lang 36 patio or 48 patio W/O warmer . my questions are what is the diameter of these two cooker chambers ? Is there any way to mod the front wheels on the patio models to easier rolling wheels { since my driveway is gravel } ? also just on the 36 patio , how may slabs of ribs can you get in it ? also if someone has one near Kansas City that I can check out I would appreciate it and will bring you a 12 pack of beer for the thanks .
Post Posted: Fri Oct 30, 2015 5:45 am 
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Eddie Z





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The dia of the 48 is 24". I think it's the same on the 36. As for the fron wheels. Lang will put a wagon type axle with the same wheels as on the back.
Post Posted: Fri Oct 30, 2015 9:41 am 
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Wood River BBQ Team





Joined: 16 May 2013
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Location: Tucson, AZ

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? Is there any way to mod the front wheels on the patio models to easier rolling wheels { since my driveway is gravel }


As Eddie Z suggests, get the wagon wheel package. I didn't because I didn't know it was available and I have 175' of gravel to deal with. I thought I had the answer with a swivel tire setup I purchased from Harbor Freight but the steel casters got in the way and I returned the wheel to HF.

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Midwest Freak





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I did not see on the site what the 36 weighs but is it light enough to carrry the castor end and pull it easy ?
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Wood River BBQ Team





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Midwest Freak wrote:
I did not see on the site what the 36 weighs but is it light enough to carrry the castor end and pull it easy ?


It weighs about 700lbs or more. Even with guy pushing and me pulling, it was a chore going over the gravel. Using a couple of sheets of plywood and switching then as we moved the rig made it easier but the wagon wheels would have made the job 10 times easier.


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