Bull Rack Systems for the Ironwood & Timberline series

GrillMeister

Active member
Joined
Jun 17, 2019
Messages
338
Reaction score
200
Points
43
Location
Austin, TX
Grill
Ironwood 885, Century 22
I've had a Bull Rack systems BR4 for my Traeger Century 22 for a couple years and now with my Ironwood 885 I wanted to step up the BR6, but there was no info if it would fit. Based on the measurements, I put my BR4 (4 rack) system in my Ironwood and measured. I took a chance that it would fit and it fits perfectly when you have the bottom grid on the bottom level. The Timberline works fine on either of the bottom grid settings.

I took my new BR6 to my local Traeger dealer to take some pics to share. Check out http://www.earthworkssupply.com/bull-rack-br6-ultimate/ for more info.

I can fit over 8 lbs of wet meat on these racks and at 170F with super smoke, you'll have awesome jerky in 5-7 hours.


450


451
 

SD Guy

New member
Joined
Jun 22, 2019
Messages
25
Reaction score
5
Points
3
Location
sioux falls,sd
Grill
Timberline 850
That looks amazing for jerky. Perhaps if you get the time you can do a post on making jerky. I have never made jerky but everyone in my house loves it. What cut of beef do you use? How do you cut the meat? How do you season it? What are your favorite pellets to use? When you get that baby loaded up I would love to see some pictures.
 
OP
OP
GrillMeister

GrillMeister

Active member
Joined
Jun 17, 2019
Messages
338
Reaction score
200
Points
43
Location
Austin, TX
Grill
Ironwood 885, Century 22
That looks amazing for jerky. Perhaps if you get the time you can do a post on making jerky. I have never made jerky but everyone in my house loves it. What cut of beef do you use? How do you cut the meat? How do you season it? What are your favorite pellets to use? When you get that baby loaded up I would love to see some pictures.
I'm doing a batch this week. I'll post pics & a recipe.

Cutting the meat depends on how you like your jerky. Rule of thumb is:
Slicing WITH the grain = Chewy / Tough Jerky
Slicing AGAINST the grain = Less Chewy / Soft Jerky
 
Top