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Oklahoma Joe's Charcoal Grill, 1060-Sq. In., Black Stainless Steel
Char-Broil

Oklahoma Joe's Charcoal Grill, 1060-Sq. In., Black Stainless Steel

Oklahoma Joe's Charcoal Grill, 1060-Sq. In., Black Stainless Steel is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 66.
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$529.00
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Model #
13201747-50
Item #
174101

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Description
Oklahoma Joe's Longhorn charcoal grill, heavy gauge all steel construction, porcelain coated wire cooking grates, 3" professional temperature gauge, convenient charcoal access door to tend fire, large 10" diameter wheels for easy mobility, clean out door for easy ash removal, front shelf & wire bottom shelf, cool touch handles, main chamber cooking area 752 sqin, secondary firebox chamber cooking area 308 sqin, total cooking area is 1,060 sqin, assembled grill dimensions 64.3" x 36.5" x 55.5".
Specifications
Specifications
SKU174101
Weight253.000000
UPC00099143017471
Country of OriginCN
Package Width25.6
Package Length45.3
Package Height25.6
Model Number13201747-50
BrandChar-Broil
Manufacturer NameCHAR-BROIL
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well worth the money! Being a novice smoker this smoker and the great resource of the website has helped me get great results right out of the box. The craftsmanship and gauge of the metal used to build this guy is telling me this will be around forever with a small amount of maintenance.
Date published: 2020-09-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 41 years BBQ experience Got this for retirement have cooked everything on it. Love it holds temp well and smokes perfect. Just have to be patient and keep lid closed. My brother got me smoker and evry holiday we send each other pics to brag about who BBQ looks the best.
Date published: 2020-08-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Too Short 6ft tall Chicago, IL. Cook good and good smoker, but would be perfect if it had a second rack and was taller. I had to place mine on a cinder block and a paver just so I don't break my back cooking. But, if your really really short or wheel chair bound, this might be the perfect smoker for you. Oh and I've had it for about 4 years and it's finally starting to show rust.
Date published: 2020-07-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Now that I am familiar, I love it! Had this for three years now, I maintain it well, clean it out and allow it to dry out after hosing down every use. By becoming familiar with the 2 dampers I can easily regulate temps in the main chamber between 225 and 250 degrees. Pans with under the grid help reduce clean up and improve the results. Easy to build a good sized direct fire on the far left, leave off one cooking grate to do direct fire steaks and such. VERY versatile. Large pork shoulders and butts are great for an offset, when your'e almost done you can throw the cooking grate on in the fire box and cook a few burgers and dogs for the grankids who don't want the 7 hour pork smokes. Best outdoor cooking implement I have ever had. I had one of the little ones years ago and fell in love with the brand. Been grilling/smoking with charcoal and wood for about 45 years now. For the money, you can't beat this offset.
Date published: 2020-07-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Still in the box Just received my grill. Upon opening the box noticed these imperfections in the surface on top. Thinking this might be the start of some corrosion? Any ideas? Just wondering if I should even bother building this thing or just send it back.
Date published: 2020-07-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fantastic value True bargain at this price, some limitations and drawbacks as far as heat retention and air flow, but you can’t beat it for the price
Date published: 2020-06-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love it. I bought this 1 week ago. I've cooked twice and I don't seem to be having the issues that others have posted. I'm having no problems regulating the temperature. Very experienced with a grill but this is my 1st smoker. So far I love it. It does leak a little around the chamber door but I can hold 275°-285° with no problem. So far 1 tenderloin and 1 15lb brisket turned out to perfection. Very satisfied with the purchase of this product.
Date published: 2020-05-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Ok smoker, but frustrating to control temp First off, i did not buy this smoker, it was given to me by my neighbor, who was just frustrated that he couldn't control the temp on it. I cleaned it up, and went to get some wood for a weekend test run. Saturday came, and I laid down a bed of coals to get this thing started. Having a welder, i made a temp probe holder that would reach to about 2 inches from the top of the cooking chamber, down to grate level. I made 2 of them, one for the firebox side, and the other for the smoke stack side. I put a few logs of post oak that were cut in half, and let the fire do it's thing. In about 30 minutes, when i started seeing the Blue smoke, i knew exactly why my neighbor hated this thing. My 4-Probe holder was showing temps on the firebox side at around 350 at the top, 315 on the bottom, and on the other side, about 240 on top, and 180 on the bottom. So you'll either burn what your cooking, or you won't cook it at all. As i would put in new logs to keep the fire going, the temp would drastically spike, then stay steady for about 10 minutes, then drop. It was a cycle that would be repeated over and over again. Basically, its porpoising...up, down, up down...no steady flow. As nightime came, i sat looking at this thing and wondering why it was so hard to control the temp. Then i saw it !! I saw the flames of the fire BETWEEN THE HALVES OF THE FIREBOX!! The entire firebox was sucking in un-metered air, causing the fire to be stoked beyond control. I then took it to work, disassembled it, cleaned the firebox and welded the 2 pieces together. I also added some strip steel around the damper/opening to keep air from leaking in as well. Next, I got a piece of sheet metal, and made a baffle that bolts on the opening of the firebox going into the cooking chamber. This allowed me to even out the temps from one side to the other to about 20-30 degrees in difference. The one thing that bothers me every time i look at this smoker is the placement of the smoke stack, and that it's mounted so high, like right near the top of the cooking chamber. This allows the heat to come up, travel across the chamber, and make an easy exit out the chimney, barely touching the food it's supposed to be cooking. This is a massive waste of thermal energy. Your only option is to either weld shut the hole and lower the smoke stack exit, or create a exit baffle inside the cooking chamber to force the heat to go down, and then exit. So, after doing these mods, the smoker is a lot easier to control the temp once you get a nice bed of coals going. I did add some thermal gasket to the cooking chamber door, and that caused it to not close as well as it should. But i bought a few latches online, and it keeps it pretty well sealed now. My next mod is to add 2 temp gauge lugs at the bottom of the chamber door, so i can visually see what the temp is at the grate level....where i'm cooking food. Final Verdict: At the price point that this is now selling for, and with all the mods that need to be done in order for it to be considered a somewhat decent smoker, this Oklahoma Joe should be a EASY PASS. There is just TOO much that needs to be done to get this functioning like it should. If you don't have the tools necessary to make the mods yourself, you'd be better off spending a little more for something that's miles ahead of where this smoker will start you off at. There is a lot of extra add-ons that you can purchase online to improve every deficiency this smoker presents, but after everything is said and done, you would have been better off buying a quality product, rather than a quantity-produced item.
Date published: 2020-04-30
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