Meadow Creek TS120 Barbeque Smoker Trailer

Meadow Creek TS120 Tank Smoker trailer with Optional BBQ26S Chicken Cooker, Trim Package, and Stainless Steel Exterior Shelves

Meadow Creek TS120 Barbeque Smoker Trailer

$7,329.00 MSRP (add-ons in photos not included)

Meadow Creek trailer smokers come with a list of standard features other manufacturers usually sell as options. As on all our TS trailer models, this BBQ trailer comes with non-rusting T304 stainless steel grates, a warming box to keep your food warm, and a slide-out ash pan which helps your fire burn efficiently and makes clean-up more convenient. Reverse flow design makes it a breeze to maintain a steady temperature on long cooks.

Built by experts in welding and trailer manufacturing, this classy BBQ smoker is designed to give you many years of dependable service. The TS120 is just like the TS250 BBQ Smoker, but smaller.

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Note: Prices are manufacturer suggested retail and do not include any applicable sales tax, freight, or destination fees. Prices may change without notice. Request a quote from your Meadow Creek dealer.

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Description

Meadow Creek trailer smokers come with a list of standard features other manufacturers usually sell as options. As on all our TS trailer models, this BBQ smoker trailer comes with non-rusting T304 stainless steel grates, a warming box to keep your food warm, and a slide-out ash pan which helps your fire burn efficiently and makes clean-up more convenient. Reverse flow design makes it a breeze to maintain a steady temperature on long cooks.

Built by experts in welding and trailer manufacturing, this classy BBQ smoker is designed to give you many years of dependable service. The TS120 is just like the TS250 BBQ Smoker, but smaller.

Deck it out with a mounted BBQ26 or BBQ42, stainless steel work shelves, insulated firebox, and trim package for a rig that will look great behind your pickup truck.

The TS120 is a fine option for mobile chefs and serious barbecue enthusiasts. Whether you are cooking for clients or family and friends, this rig will help you crank out delicious, mouth-watering barbecue every time.

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Additional information

Overall Dimensions

74”h x 150”l x 58”w

Cooking Area

13.93 sq. ft. (2,005 sq. in.)

Top Grate Dimensions

20” x 47.75”

Space Above Top Grate

4.25”

Bottom Grate Dimensions

22” x 47.75”

Space Between Grates

6.5”

Grate Style

Wire Grid With 1/2” Spacing

Tank Dimensions

24” x 68” (120-gallon)

Metal Thickness on Tank

0.1875”

Fire Box Dimensions

20.5” Cube (Inside: 20” x 20” x 15”)

Metal Thickness on Fire Box

0.25”

Warming Box Dimensions

12” x 18” (Inside)

Warming Box Grate Dimensions

11.5” x 17.5”

Space Between Grates in Warmer

8.5”

Axle Rating

2,000 lbs.

Net Weight

1,275 lbs.

Shipping Weight

1,425 lbs. (if skidding is required)

Capacity of Pork Butts

21-22

Capacity of Baby Back Ribs

15-18

Capacity of Spare Ribs

12-14

Capacity of Whole Briskets

13-14

Capacity of Whole Chickens

30-31

Capacity of Whole Pigs

100 lbs.

Features of the TS120 Barbeque Smoker Trailer

  • Reverse flow draft
  • Wood box
  • Positive-lock latches on all doors
  • Grate in firebox with slide-out ash pan
  • Drain with ball valve for draining the tank
  • Stainless steel handles
  • Door on one side of smoker
  • Stay cool handles on slide vents, firebox door, and warming box door
  • 2 exterior work shelves
  • Warming box with 3 shelves
  • Stainless steel calibratable thermometer on smoker and warming box doors
  • Heat baffles on firebox protect the tires from excessive heat.
  • Cooking grates are made of rust-free food-grade T304 stainless steel rod and easy to clean.
  • Built in water pan helps keep your meat moist when water smoking with apple juice or other liquid.
  • Tank is made of 3/16” plate steel and firebox of 1/4” plate steel and painted with black heat-resistant paint in an attractive matte finish.
  • Trailer is built on a tubular frame and features a 2” ball hitch and safety chains, heavy-duty wheel jack, rubber torsion axle, road-worthy tires, and DOT-compliant flush-mount LED lights, reflector strips, and VIN plate.
  • We are a licensed trailer manufacturer and can provide a certificate of origin the trailer.

Usage Recommendations

For Smoking - we recommend using non petroleum based starters. Residue in the smoke from these starters can contaminate the cooking box with the potential to effect the flavor of the meat. The use of a torch or paper and kindling is most effective. Use approximately 25-30 lbs. of charcoal in fire box to get started. Once meat is placed in smoker, you can add wood in fire box for smoking. You can continue to use wood or charcoal (your choice). Add wood or charcoal as needed to maintain temperature where you want it. Optional charcoal basket holds approximately 40 lbs. of charcoal briquettes and ensures efficient, even temperatures.

For Grilling - remove bottom grate from smoker and slide in optional charcoal pan. Put in you desired amount of charcoal and slide top grate above charcoal pan.

1 review for Meadow Creek TS120 Barbeque Smoker Trailer

  1. Frank

    Just received my TS120 (no chicken cooker, just the tank and warming box) on Sunday, 25 July 2021. Bought it from Mason-Dixon BBQ out of Greencastle, PA and Fredrick, MD. Right now, I’m in love with it. Got the stainless shelves, the smoke in the warmer, the insulated fire box, added temp probe ports, the vinyl trap/cover, and the charcoal basket. Now, granted, I’ve only completed two cooks on it after seasoning it, but here are my thoughts:

    The good. Holds temps, easy to keep a fire going. Temps across the pit at the bottom grate are within 50 degrees, which is a huge upgrade from what I was using. The built in thermometer seems to be calibrated. Can hold a ton of food.

    Area of improvement: it leaks a bit, but not a whole lot, out of the main door. It isn’t much, and if it gets to bothering me, then I will just put some high temp sealing strip. If I had to do it again, I would not get the charcoal basket. The reason is that you lose about three inches on the side and it is hard to put logs in cross-wise (total, not each side. So 1.5 inches on each side). If I had to do it over, I’d buy it standard and buy a third party charcoal basket.

    Overall, though, I love this thing and I’m in love with it. The build quality is great. Really great. As for the gripes, they are really minor. My only feedback, other than the minor leak, is for meadow creek to add a grate to the bottom of the charcoal box slide so you can have a choice in how you want to use the firebox.

    Again, love this smoker. Five star rating overall because my gripes are so minor (at least to me).

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