• ABOUT THE 1969

    The “1969” is our flagship offset smoker. Powerful, yet compact, this smoker can hold up to five briskets, accommodating your cooking needs for small backyard gatherings to competitive events. The “1969” features one of the thickest walls in the industry at nearly 3/8”, and boasts a significant amount of cooking space with two grates totalling 41” x 19.” 


    As proven successful for our sister company Primitive Pits, the 1969 is designed using computational fluid dynamics to ensure this unit burns extremely even.  The 1969 comes stock with a fold-down smoke stack, two thermometers, and a probe port for six wires to monitor your BBQ temperatures. It also features the cowboy grill which allows you to use your firebox as a direct heat source- because we all know cooking steaks over wood takes your cookout to a whole new level. 


    If you would like to add a top pull-out rack for nearly twice the cooking space, it is available as an add-on. 


    Cooking Surface -----1827 Sq Inches with Top Pull-out Rack

                                      and Cowboy Grill

                                      41"x19.25" Grate space in main chamber

                                      36.5"x14.25" optional top rack

                                      24.5"x19.25" Grate space in Cowboy Firebox


    Overall Length ------           76"

    Chamber Length ------        42"

    Firebox Length ------           25"

    Overall Height ------          73.5"

            56.75" (stack down)


    • Cowboy Firebox 

    • (2) Tel-Tru® Temperature Gauges

    • Grease Drain

    • Probe Port

    • Break-Away Stack

    • Wood Storage Rack

    • 6" Forged Steel Casters


    • Top Pull-Out Rack
    • Powder Coating
    • Easy Start Log Lighter
    • Workhorse Pits Grill Cover
Exterior Finish
"Easy Start" Log Lighter
Workhorse Pits Smoker Cover
Top Pull-Out Rack

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