[Homeroast] RK DRUM- 4 OR 6 LB.?
fenster88 at gmail.com
Wed Apr 28 20:36:03 CDT 2010
I like the way you think! <grin>
Thanks for the sound advice. You are right of course, better to have too
much capacity and not use it, than to not have enough!
On Wed, Apr 28, 2010 at 9:00 PM, g paris <pchforever at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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>
> > 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
> > sufficient specs to handle a 6 lb. RK drum. In the future I may need the
> > 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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