Good Use for a Bad Element

Started by wthr_dude, January 15, 2012, 07:19:02 AM

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I needed something to hang my sausage tubes from and I saw a burned out out element laying around.  Maybe this is what they were made for  ;D


Tie a knot in the strings and it will help hold them casings up higher in the cabinet.
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Way to use the ole noggin :D !

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Thanks for the tip Tenpoint, I'll shorten them up when I open the cabinet next.


Hmm now I just have to wait for one to go out. Hasn't happened yet. But a great idea!
A few pics from smokes....
Inside setup.


I got 2 or 3 more bad ones laying around if anybody needs any LOL, looks like I finally got a good one, probly have 50+hrs on this one with no problems yet


You can also cut a couple small boards to put on the top rack rails and put your rack on top of the boards, this will lift the sausages higher in the smoker to get the bottom ends away from the heat.  :)


Buddy gave me a couple stainless steel rods with hooks. Before that always used 2 x2's cut to lenght. Worked great and you can always add some more on ends so they are higher to allow longer links.
A few pics from smokes....
Inside setup.


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