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Longhorn Off-Set Smoker

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This 20 in. Oklahoma Joe Longhorn Offset Smoker is constructed of heavy-duty steel for durability and includes a smoking chamber and a stainless-steel front shelf to offer a total of 1,060 sq. in. of cooking space. It offers multiple convenience features, including a temperature gauge for even cooking, porcelain coated cooking grates, and multiple dampers for heat & smoke control. A bottom metal shelf offers even more space, and the cool-touch handles help keep you safe.

  • 1,060 sq. in. of cooking surface provides plenty of space for large quantities of meats and veggies
  • Heavy-duty black steel construction for durability
  • Firebox door offers easy a ccess
  • Spring-style cool touch handles
  • Multiple dampers for heat and smoke control
  • Stainless steel front shelf
  • Protect your investment with a smoker cover (sold separately)

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Does this smoker use both wood & charcoal?

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December 30, 2013
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June 16, 2014
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Yes. You can burn either just charcoal or just wood. I use both (charcoal with wood chunks).
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May 21, 2014
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This smoker is designed to use charcoal or wood, just not wood pellets. During my smoking periods, I start with charcoal to get a good coal base then add wet wood chips of the species desired to control temperature and generate copious amounts of smoke. As I progress throughout the smoke cycle, I switch from a charcoal/wood chip mixture to just wood chunks/split logs of my desired species of wood. I have Read More
This smoker is designed to use charcoal or wood, just not wood pellets. During my smoking periods, I start with charcoal to get a good coal base then add wet wood chips of the species desired to control temperature and generate copious amounts of smoke. As I progress throughout the smoke cycle, I switch from a charcoal/wood chip mixture to just wood chunks/split logs of my desired species of wood. I have had zero issues with maintaining temp or having to poor flavor within the meat. This smoker is not designed to work with wood pellets and it would be very tough to maintain temperature and control the amount of smoke with wood pellets. THIS SMOKER IS NOT COMPATIBLE WITH GAS! Trust this helps. Read Less
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San Tan Valley, AZ, USA
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May 19, 2014
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It can use either. When I use mine I start with a small amount of charcoal to bring the heat up quickly then place my wood on top of the coals.
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Wauwatosa, WI, USA
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December 31, 2013
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Yes. You can use the lower section of the fire box to hold coals and put your smoking wood above. Or you can use wood or charcoal independently
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December 31, 2013
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This Offset Smoker is able to work with wood and charcoal. Please follow this link for more information on this Offset Smoker... http://www.charbroil.com/oklahoma-joe-s-longhorn-offset-smoker.html
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How many pieces of grill lattice in the main chamber?

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April 15, 2013
Is the main grill lattice 1 piece or more? If used as a direct grill, it is sometimes useful to be able to remove part of the grill section to add more charcoal/wood.
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Eureka, CA, USA
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September 18, 2013
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The main smoking/cooking chamber is a two piece grill grates, the offset firebox is one grill grate.
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Clear Lake, Mn.
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August 8, 2013
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The smoke chamber has 2 grill grates, the firebox has 1 grill great with a side door to add wood/charcoal.
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Urbana, OH 43078, USA
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May 14, 2013
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The main barrel has a two grid system that, yes one is larger than the other. I can build a fire in the large barrel for grilling and use a the smaller cooking grill so the heat is not under the grid itself.
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April 16, 2013
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In the smoker chamber of this Longhorn Offset Smoker there are two cooking grates and three fire grates that sit below the cooking grates. Each cooking grate can be removed to add more charcoal or wood. Please follow this link for more information... http://www.charbroil.com/oklahoma-joe-s-longhorn-offset-smoker.html
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Wylie, TX, USA
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April 15, 2013
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This Smoker/Grill has 2 pieces for the primary lattice. One is large and the other is smaller, it works just as you mentioned as a device to move away from the heat as needed and or add charcoal.
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DO YOU HAVE A LEFT HAND SIDE FIRE BOX FOR A SMOKER?

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October 29, 2012
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Urbana, OH 43078, USA
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May 14, 2013
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I'm not seeing that happening due to the lids only open one direction. I know the wind direction can be a problem in some applications, however, I have used an electric fan to direct the smoke and that works really great!
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April 2, 2013
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Right hand fire box w/ left side chimney.
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West Sacramento, CA, USA
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January 22, 2013
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Fire box is located on the right side on this unit. There in no ash tray, but cleaning the used ash is no big deal the next day.
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No
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This offset smoker is only designed for a firebox to be on the right side. We do not currently have a firebox that will fit on the opposite side. Please follow this link for more information on this offset smoker... http://www.charbroil.com/oklahoma-joe-s-longhorn-offset-smoker.html
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Is it a "reverse flow" design?

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September 18, 2013
Is it a reverse flow design?
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No, one way from smoker box to grill box to smoker stack. You cannot run the reverse.
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This Char-Broil Offset Smoker utilizes the offset design and creates smoke in the offset firebox that will then travel over to the cooking chamber. Follow this link for more information on this offset smoker... http://www.charbroil.com/oklahoma-joe-s-longhorn-offset-smoker.html
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It is not a reverse flow design. The firebox is on the right hand side. The smoke from the box moves left, across the grill and smoking area, and then exits out the exhaust on the far left hand side. It doesn't have to travel back across to the right to exhaust. I hope this helps?
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No it is not a reverse flow. To easily tell if one is reverse flow the firebox and stack will be on the same side.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 78 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good backyard smoker I have had this smoker for approx. 3 months. I followed the instructions to assemble it and had a helper, went together in about 30 minutes. During the break in smoking session, I noticed a few small leaks around the fire box and main cooking chamber. It does hold the heat/smoke in great. I have used it almost every weekend since the purchase. I have smoked pork butt roast, turkeys, trout, salmon, pheasants, pork/beef ribs. This smokers is the next step for the amateur smoker, who wants to hone their skills. I recommend this to all a great product for the $$$ September 18, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Not sure who to fault Home Depot or Charbroil I understand charbroil bought out Oklahoma Joe awhile back, but this smoker is nowhere near the quailty off the original. Soon as I opened the box I knew I had issues. The lid is very uneven and very warped, the bars the lid rest on is so poorly welded it a shame, there are gaps everywhere, the door does not sit flush. The only good thing I can say about this smoker is that it's thick and will hold heat but only after you make a few modifications, which for the 532 dollars you ahould have to... please see my mini video review. January 29, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great for Smoking & Grilling I've had the Longhorn Smoker up and running for about a week and a half now. I've grilled flawless steaks and pork chops, I've smoked some venison jerky and I have some pork ribs smoking as I type. So far everything has been great. Some assembly required is something I look forward to and I had no trouble assembling the grill. I did get a helper when it came time to line up and attach the fire box assembly, because of the weight, but other than that it' was a no brainer. All the parts were there and I had a fire going and was seasoning the unit within about an hour after opening the box. It does have a few leaks around the doors but nothing unexpected. It is after all a smoker not a vacuum chamber. This smoker is a replacement for an older smaller Charbroil unit of similar construction. The old one lasted about 10 years before the bottom developed a whole. I expect this one to last just as long, it is very solid. I opted for the fee shipping and it arrived one week to the day after I ordered it. It would have been a day sooner but I missed the delivery confirmation call. Buy with confidence. July 29, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This a great smoker for the price, not the cheap tin model. This is a good smoker, well built and worth the money. Plan on about 2 hrs to unpack and put together. August 8, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by This product is a mess... I researched long and hard for a solid smoker that would hold temp and provide good results. From my understanding prior to Charbroil taking over the smoker, it was a great product and was solid right out of the box. I have had to make multiple modifications to the smoker because the seems did not line up, too many areas where smoke and heat escaped, and I am burning charcoal like a mad man. My modifications have helped tremendously. For the price you pay, you should not have to make this many changes to the product to make it work efficiently. Do your research and look elsewhere, there are better products out there. August 21, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Foundation for a Great Smoker Smoker is a solid foundation to a good unit, but is so so out of the box. I added 6 fire bricks to the fire box to stabilize temperature swings. The lid seals leak due to mis aligned lid to backing plate alignment, so a hi temp felt gasket (Nomex) was added to three sides of the opening. A heat baffle to direct heat out of the fire box is a definite requirement, as this opening is too large and allowed excessive heat into the smoking chamber. Overall a good foundation, and working very well after the mods listed above. Assembly was a breeze, even by myself, and unit weighing 300 pounds. A worthy investment, but best suited to those who understand the thermodynamics of the unit, and like small corrective projects. July 8, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Long Horn Off-set Smoker PIECE OF JUNK!!!!,,, Very poorly made, many gaps which require high temp sealer and/or the addition of gaskets such as those used in fireplaces and wood burning stoves. Lid does not close properly. All of the leaks around the firebox, firebox door and cooking chamber door make it very difficult to achieve and maintain a constant temperature. This is basically junk. Home Depot should pull this product and Oklahoma Joe should remove his brand. Very disappointed and a complete waste of money. October 28, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by excellent offset smoker I have owned many smokers over the past 20 years. Some purchased some built at home.Dollar for dollar this has to the best value for the money for offset smokers. I have researched quite a few models like this and this one is functionally and qualitatively the equal of those costing 3 times as much. It is tightly made with good clean welds. Subsequently there is little or no smoke loss. Simple design provides easy effective heat/smoke management. All in all I am very pleased. Not enough can be said about simplicity. The unit is designed with one function in mind, effectively smoking meats. December 31, 2013
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