Backwoods Smoker Chubby 3400

$799.00
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SKU:
19001

The Backwoods Chubby 3400

Finally, a Backwoods smoker for the backyard warrior! Introducing the Chubby 3400, Backwoods Smoker's first retail line smoker! It is the smallest and most portable Backwoods cooker, and despite its small size this smoker delivers incredible cooking results. Weighing in at only 130lbs, you can take your Backwoods with you anywhere! Be the BBQ master at every family lake day, camping trip, or in your own backyard.

The Chubby 3400 serves as one of the most versatile BBQ smokers in the Backwoods cooker lineup because of its multiple uses. The Chubby 3400 can be converted into a grill or a BBQ pit by simply removing the stainless water pan. The award winning design brings competition quality to your backyard. Add wood to your charcoal for some extra smoky flavor.  With the Chubby 3400, you can cook for the whole neighborhood or your favorite little league team. 
 
This smaller but heavy duty Backwoods charcoal smoker has 4 racks 16 1/2 x 15 1/2 inches and comes with one extra slider for more flexible arrangement of your meat. It has enough space to cook a brisket, leg and thigh combos, a rack of ribs and a pork butt all at the same time! The cooking compartment is 13 inches high, 17 inches deep and 16 inches wide. The fire box is 2 inches high, 18 inches deep and 16 inches wide. The Chubby 3400 is made overseas.

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Standard Features

Dimensions

Add-Ons

Stainless Steel Interior
Removable Water Pan
Removable Heat Diverter
Horizontal Slam Latches 
Extra Slider for Rack Height Adjustment 
Pre-drilled for Casters

Outside: 32" high, 20" wide and 23" deep
Cooking Chamber: 13" high, 16" wide and 17" deep
Firebox: 2" high, 16" wide and 18" deep
Racks: 4 - 1/8" Nickel Plated 16.5" deep x 15.5" wide
Total weight: 130lbs

5" Casters $115
6" Casters $145
Cover $70
PID Controlers $140 - $330

 

Cooking Specifications

Cooking Degrees:(approx) 180 to 300 
Amount of charcoal: (approx) 6 to 10 lb 
Cooking time: (approx) 6 to 10 hours {Depending on the temperature used for cooking} 
Meat: (approx) 6-8 slabs of baby back ribs, 2-3 brisket flats, or 2-4 Boston butts