SLP cooker can

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Anyone running the slp cooker can? Does it get food decently hot? Or any other decent cooker cans out there that aren't stupid loud. Ran a sled shed cooker on my last sled and it was the ultimate but I can't handle the noise. Or is the sled shed 850 can any quieter for that matter?
 

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Stock can, muff pot mod. 300 miles and many sausage McMuffins. Hot enough and stock quiet!

I prefer the slow cooker effect. Keep it packed all day. Doesn’t burn anything but gets things hot. I don’t like needing to plan 2 breaks 10 minutes apart, first one to load it then need to stop again before it burns. I just keep it loaded and eat when o feel like it.

I’m not into cooking steaks or gourmet meals. I like sausage McMuffins and cheese burgers as they come prerapped in parchment paper, or get my left overs (wings) from supper wrapped up in foil.

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Stock can, muff pot mod. 300 miles and many sausage McMuffins. Hot enough and stock quiet!

I prefer the slow cooker effect. Keep it packed all day. Doesn’t burn anything but gets things hot. I don’t like needing to plan 2 breaks 10 minutes apart, first one to load it then need to stop again before it burns. I just keep it loaded and eat when o feel like it.

I’m not into cooking steaks or gourmet meals. I like sausage McMuffins and cheese burgers as they come prerapped in parchment paper, or get my left overs (wings) from supper wrapped up in foil.

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You riveted or tacked on to the outer wall of the can? I want to try to use a muff pot on the stock can this season as well
 

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Stock can, muff pot mod. 300 miles and many sausage McMuffins. Hot enough and stock quiet!

I prefer the slow cooker effect. Keep it packed all day. Doesn’t burn anything but gets things hot. I don’t like needing to plan 2 breaks 10 minutes apart, first one to load it then need to stop again before it burns. I just keep it loaded and eat when o feel like it.

I’m not into cooking steaks or gourmet meals. I like sausage McMuffins and cheese burgers as they come prerapped in parchment paper, or get my left overs (wings) from supper wrapped up in foil.

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You riveted or tacked on to the outer wall of the can? I want to try to use a muff pot on the stock can this season as well
 

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My supplier has 2 SLP's in stock with the cooker can bracket option. $449 each if you are interested. I see them online for over $500 CDN. These are the best you can get in my opinion. They don't blow out like others I have tried. Nice and quiet. Cooker can heats pretty good too only some snow can drop through the vents on to it so I stuck foam tape on the out surface of mine for insulation.
 

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How's getting the cooker out with this setup? The one on the stock can.
 
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