[Homeroast] RK DRUM- 4 OR 6 LB.?

g paris pchforever at gmail.com
Wed Apr 28 20:00:38 CDT 2010


kind of a no brain'r,

get the biggest you can because with ONLY 4 pounds you will curse
yourself for not getting the 6 pound'r

go for it, you do not need an excuse to go for BIG pounds.

next week you will want and really need a 12 kilo

you go guy?1


On Wed, Apr 28, 2010 at 3:57 PM, Randy Panduren <fenster88 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Posted this on the forum, thought I would drop it here too...
> Hi,
> I'm preparing to build a RK drum/gas grill roaster. I have a new grill with
> sufficient specs to handle a 6 lb. RK drum. In the future I may need the 6
> lb. capacity, as my roasting for friends and family continues to grow.
> However, for the time being I will probably stick to 1-3 pound roasts.
> The drum manufacturer informed me that the 6 lb. drum will perform well
> with
> small batch sizes, down to 1 lb. However, it seems like the majority of
> folks go with the 4 lb. drum. I'm wondering if I am better off with the 4
> lb. drum for now, and upgrading to the 6 lb. drum if and when I need the
> extra capacity? Or should I just go for the 6 now?
> Any advice from other RK drum users would be appreciated.
> Thanks
> fenster88
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