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Old Country BBQ Pits Over and Under Smoker

Old Country BBQ Pits Over and Under Smoker is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 35.
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SKU: 026255414 Item: OOCU20X36
Old Country BBQ Pits The Old Country BBQ Pits Over and Under Smoker is made of steel and features an expanded-metal cooking grate. Old Country BBQ Pits Over and Under Smoker
026255414 499.99 USD

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$499.99 was $599.99
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Cook your favorite foods with ease with the Old Country BBQ Pits Over and Under Smoker. This smoker is designed with a heavy-duty, expanded-metal cooking grate and wagon-style wheels for mobility. The all-welded steel construction offers durability, while the large bottom shelf provides storage space for cooking essentials.

Features and Benefits
  • Heavy-duty, expanded-metal cooking grate
  • Made of all-welded steel for strength
  • Drop-away front table
  • Large bottom shelf provides storage space
  • Stay-cool spring handles for convenience and safety
  • Wagon-style wheels allow for simple transport
Specifications
  • Manufacturer warranty - general: Lifetime limited
  • Product height (in.): 53
  • Product width (in.): 35
  • Product depth (in.): 48
  • Product weight (lb.): 233
  • Fuel type: Charcoal
What's in the Box
  • Old Country BBQ Pits Over and Under Smoker
  • Temperature gauge sold separately
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Horrible!!!!!! I've had this smoker for 2 and 1/2 years. The smoker will not hold a decent temperature to cook with. The fire box is rusted already. The charcoal door has broke and rusted out. Stay away from any model this brand provides. I cant believe this pit cost this amount of money and falls apart so quickly. Stay away! Spend the money on a Pits and Spitts or Gator Pit backyard model.
Date published: 2017-03-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from What to look for Got my grill Christmas eve day Seasoned it for about 4 hours Then cooked a brisket for about 6 hours This grill I got has s couple of extraordinary Things you need to look for like 3 racks 2 on top side and 1 on the back side also The one I have has a smoke and heat damper That is between the 2 boxes I bought some large gauges at Wal-Mart that shows 2 different tempature ways and the ideal ranges for smoking Barbeque and roasting ,the cooked food on this grill Is in the pro range my briskets and other tricky meats Have turned out impressive I sear on the extra rack In the fire box then cook and bast on the other THIS GRILL KICKS TAIL
Date published: 2017-03-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good bang for the buck I've had mine for over 2 years now, and I love it. I got it for 500 and have cooked on it about 200 times. I like it for the large amount of grill space in the fire box, that you would not have in an offset smoker. It smokes really well, 5 degree temp difference from side to side and about 15 to 20 from front to back. My only complaints would be the craftsmanship. My handle to move it, fell off after about a year. I have a welder so I didn't really care. Easy fix. The hinges on the fire box lid are way too tight, which caused the door to aways stay open about a 1/2 inch. A quick hit with a Dremel tool on the hinge that was binding fixed that. Aside from those 2 things and a few cans of high temp paint about once a year. It has been awesome for the money.
Date published: 2017-02-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Build tough Purchased 2 from the Palm Bay Store, and couldn't be happier. Heavy all welded construction, After seasoning ( 3 coatings of safflower oil), put them to work the next day. After getting to know the ins and outs of this over and over design, I couldn't live without it now. The briskets, ribs, Boston Butt, came out to perfection. Well worth the money!!!
Date published: 2017-01-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great smoker. I bought this smoker a month ago. Good design. Works great. The temps are pretty even across the grate which makes it easy to cook a lot of food evenly. My only real issue is build quality and consistency. Some of the welds aren't that good. One of the channels that supports the grate broke loose before I ever put food in it. Definitely take your time and compare all of the ones at the store before you buy it. You'll immediately see variations in quality. Otherwise, this is a great smoker with a surprising amount of capacity for those large bbq cooks yet capable of handling a single piece of meat.
Date published: 2016-09-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I got one of the good ones! I researched several brands when I was looking to upgrade to a larger cooker, some of which were double the price of this one. I visited several Academy locations in the process, because I noticed there was a LOT of variation in the quality of workmanship even within the same store. Quality control is nonexistent with this brand, but the design is fantastic. I finally located one with only minor flaws that I could live with or easily fix, and I have been very happy with the job it has done on multiple Boston butts and ribs. My suggestion is to really check the welds, etc. and don't just grab the first one you see or even necessarily lean toward the ones displayed inside the store. The one with a little rust outside might just be better overall. And about that rust... these are made from solid steel, and will rust without some basic maintenance if left in the elements year round. Overall, I couldn't be more satisfied with the product for the money I paid
Date published: 2016-09-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Just a few issues with the welding I just got my new smoker home and noticed one of the guides for the grates was not welded in place and the grate had some spots where the welds did not hold. It only took me about ten minutes to weld it back together, but for the price I paid, I should not have had to deal with this. Also, if someone else that could not weld had purchased this, they would have had to take it back. In the end, I am still glad I purchased this, just a bit let down on the welding not being done well in some spots.
Date published: 2016-07-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best smoker I have ever owned!!!!!! I purchased this smoker after doing my homework for a couple of months and I made the right choice. It is a very heavy smoker which is good for smoking because it will hold heat better then lighter models. I also love the fact that I can take a rack out and put in in the firebox and also use it as a grill. Last weekend I was smoking butts and ribs and at the same time grilled steaks and wings on the same rig. I would recommend this product to anyone that is tired of cheaper smoker that rust out and doesn't hold heat well. Great product! And also great customer service at my local Academy helping me getting it loaded up! Thank you!!
Date published: 2016-06-12
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Delivered with a slightly bent bottom shelf that affected one wagon wheel (I will fix). It has a third stay cool handle on the right side. It opens a door to the firebox. On the ones at Academy the door is welded shut. Why the difference?

Asked by: DLHicks

How many cooking racks does it have?

Asked by: Dr Logos
One big grate in main cooking chamber. One more narrow grate in the firebox for direct grilling. The smaller grate can also be used as an upper grate in the main chamber. TWO total cooking grates.
Answered by: bwram1
Date published: 2017-03-16

Does it comes assembled? 

Asked by: ohduck
Hello ohduck, The Old Country BBQ Pits Over and Under Smoker comes assembled.
Answered by: KenetraU
Date published: 2017-03-05

What is the square inches of primary cook zone

Asked by: Bbq mike
Hello Bbq mike, The Old Country BBQ Pits Over and Under Smoker includes a heavy-duty, expanded-metal cooking grate that measures 19.25 inches (depth) by 30.75 inches (length) edge to edge, providing over 591 square inches of cooking space.
Answered by: smartinez
Date published: 2017-03-12

whats the best way to regulate heat in smoker

Asked by: rudedawg415
Hello rudedawg415, The Old Country BBQ Pits Over and Under Smoker heat is controlled by adjusting the damper (or vent) that is closest to the firebox or heat source.
Answered by: KenetraU
Date published: 2017-01-24

Do you do Military Discounts

Asked by: Luckystrike
Hello Luckystrike, At this time, we do not offer military discounts. We attempt to offer all of our customers an everyday low price. Any discounts we are offering will be available to all of our customers through our Hot Deals, Price Drops and weekly ads, available at the top of our website. Please feel free to contact customer service at (888)922-2336 if you have any further questions or concerns regarding pricing. We are also available via Live Chat 24/7 at www.academy.com.
Answered by: AntoniaD
Date published: 2017-01-18

what is the side handle that mover a flap inside the smoker for?

Asked by: Booh
The handle opens a inside flap to the firebox (not speaking about the side door to the firebox). The flap is welded shut with no handle on the models in the store. Purchased one on-line and it had the third stainless steel handle. It might be to increase the heat in the cooking chamber, however the handle does not stay in the open position.
Answered by: DLhicks
Date published: 2017-03-25

Is this a wood smoker 

Asked by: Sarty 35
Hello Sarty 35, The Old Country BBQ Pits Over and Under Smoker fuel type is coal and wood which should be used in the firebox to heat the cooking chamber. The amount of each that you will need will vary depending on various factors (weather, size / lbs. of item being cooked, etc.).
Answered by: KenetraU
Date published: 2016-12-05
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