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Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker Smoker
Product Information & Photos
14.5", 18.5" and 22.5" Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker Smokers

What is the Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker Smoker? This section of The Virtual Weber Bullet will tell you everything you ever wanted to know about this great product!

In this section of the website:

  • You'll find detailed photos and descriptions of all the component parts that make up the Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker.
  • You'll see how the unit is packaged for shipping to your home and how you assemble it once it arrives.
  • I'll tell you about some problem areas to be on the look-out for when unpacking and assembling a new Weber Bullet.
  • I'll toss in some WSM history just for fun.
  • Finally, don't forget to check-out the WSM video tour.

I hope you find these articles interesting and informative, especially if you're considering the purchase of a Weber Bullet. Have fun exploring!

Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker Product Information & Photos
Packaging Introducing The Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker Smoker
Detailed information, photos, and videos about the WSM including price links to
New 18.5" & 22.5" Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker for 2009
There was some real excitement in Fall 2008 when Weber introduced two new Weber Bullet. See specs, comparison photos, videos, and cooking examples.
Which Size Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker Should You Buy?
This article will help you decide which WSM is right for you: 14.5", 18.5", or 22.5". It's all about cooking capacity, space requirements, and price.
WSM Out Of Box Experience
Here's what you'll see when opening your new Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker.
Owner's Manuals
Download current and past WSM owner's manuals in Adobe PDF format.
Component Parts
Photos and descriptions of all Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker parts, plus warranty information.

2014 WSM 14.5"
2009-2013 WSM 18.5"
2009-2013 WSM 22.5"
2008 & Earlier WSM 18.5"

How To Determine The Age Of Weber Grills & Smokers
Learn how to determine the age of Weber grills and smokers using the date code stamped or printed on the grill, and how to join the "C" Club for owners of the oldest WSM of all.

Weber Bullet History
Learn about the mini WSM built from 1981-1983, plus changes to WSM design over the years.

Parts Schematics
Schematic diagrams for current and past Weber Smokey Mountain Cookers, including part numbers.
WSM Box Art
See the log cabin family that graced the original WSM box, plus more recent box designs.
Replacement Parts
Order parts to repair or restore your Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker.
WSM Advertising
See a television ad for the Weber Bullet plus a Field & Stream magazine ad from April 1981.
Parts Troubleshooting
Problem areas to look for when unpacking and assembling your new Weber Bullet.
Visit To Weber Corporate Headquarters
Read about my visit to Weber HQ in August 2008 to discuss new Weber Bullets for 2009.
See how easy it is to assemble the Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker.
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Weber Summit Charcoal Grill:
It Grills, It Smokes, And It's Expensive. Is It Really The #GrillofaLifetime?

New for 2016, the Weber Summit Charcoal Grill is the newest member of the Weber Grill family. They say it's as good at grilling a steak as it is smoking a brisket. Will it live up to the hype of being called the #GrillofaLifetime?


Videos: WSM Product Information On YouTube
WSM Product Information & Photos On YouTube
Updated: 06/18/2018
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