Trampoline Sales  
The World's FIRST and the ORIGINAL
Online Trampoline Store! 
Free Shipping
Exclusions apply. See details*
VIEW CART | CHECKOUTORDER TRACKING
Trampolines and trampoline partsTrampolineSales.com | Trampolines and trampoline parts for most trampolines
Celebrating Over 40 Years of Business!
Trampolines & Trampoline Replacement Parts for Most Trampolines and Much More...
Go to Our Home PageVisit our Trampoline products online catalogGet Trampoline replacement parts hereCheck out our Trampoline accessories for your backyard trampoline
Select a Trampoline enclosure for round and rectangle trampolinesSee our huge selection of Swing sets, play sets, monkey bars and replacement partsBBQ meat smokers, BBQ grills, BBQ pits plus replacement parts and accessories
 

Lyfe Tyme BBQ Grills, BBQ Pits, BBQ Meat Smokers, BBQ Smoker Parts & Delicious Mouth Watering BBQ Recipes
How to Cook Great BBQ Like a BBQ Master
Lyfe Tyme BBQ Grills, Smokers and Pits made in Texas
TrampolineSales.com is an Authorized Lyfe Tyme Dealer!
Lyfe Tyme Camper Grill 16x26Lyfe Tyme Single Lid Grill with FireboxLyfe Tyme Double Lid Grill with FireboxLyfe Tyme GrillLyfe Tyme Smoker 20 with FireboxLyfe Tyme Portable Smoker 24Lyfe Tyme Triple Lid Smoker 24 on Skids
Explore our WIDE Selection of Lyfe Tyme Barbecue Pits, Barbecue Smokers, 
BBQ Grills, Wooden Handles, Temperature Gauges, BBQ Parts and More:
You may pick up your smoker in Uvalde, Texas to save the shipping cost. We can ship our units anywhere in the USA. We use a trucking line out of Uvalde, Texas or you may arrange your own shipping.
BBQ SmokersThe idea for a "pit" type of cooking device was designed from looking at the old smokehouses. The meat was hung in a ventilated house and the smoke, with a small amount of heat, was funneled to the house from some distance away. To understand your pit, there are a few things you should know. The definition of a Bar-B-Que, is simply meat cooked on a wood fire. However, it is a little more refined than that. When you cook directly over the coals it is commonly called charcoal grilling. When you cook using indirect heat and smoke, the process is considerably slower and the results in a more tender, tasty meat. This is commonly called Bar-B-Queing. Smoking is not a process of cooking. It is a process of curing. However, we slow this process down a little more than Bar-B-Que and call it smoking. It is mainly used for such things as turkey or hams. Sausage is excellent this way. One thing that has begun to catch on is smoked salmon. It is very tasty and is available in larger supermarkets. Keep these principles in mind when selecting your pit and after you have it, it will help you select the process to use to cook a particular cut of meat.BBQ Smokers

BBQ SmokersFrom the oil fields of Texas comes the most innovative concept in barbeque pits. Made of 1/4" steel, these units are guaranteed against burnout for a lifetime of enjoyment.  This style of grill originated when a welder would have an odd piece of pipe left over from a section of pipeline.  You can imagine the results!

Finally, a man by the name of Charles Davenport of Uvalde, Texas, took an interest in  making a better pit.  After experimenting with smoking, cooking and southern-style  barbecue, he engineered the proper draft to control both the heat and smoke. This is one impressive pit!

BBQ SmokersA very important part of this design is indirect cooking.  By separating the fire from the meat, grease fires are eliminated as well as adverse effects on grilling directly over your heat source.

When attempting to obtain a charcoal flavor, direct cooking sears the meat surface, preventing the flavorful smoke from penetrating. Meat just gets charred when done over direct heat, and some folks think that's the charcoal flavor!

BBQ SmokersThis is true of both gas and charcoal grills.  All our our grills are designed to be used as smokers as well as grills. That's because all of our units have stack dampers and a butterfly intake draft for smoke and heat control.  If you choose, you can put charcoal under all the grill surfaces and cook with direct heat.

Lyfe Tyme built their first pit using this design in the late 60's and have watched it catch on steadily. The reason for its gain in popularity is simple: It cooks great!

BBQ Smokers

So relax. Lie back in your hammock and let the perfect pit do your work for you.

Go Texan. These products are made in Texas!
BBQ SmokersThere are several brands on the market and one is probably as good as the other since the basic principles is the same. There is one thing that varies onsiderably; that is price. We think we have the best on the market for the price. You can add all kinds of chrome, stainless steel, wood, ect., but they don't make it cook any better.

We hope that you enjoy your LYFE TYME pit, and that you tell all your friends where you got it.

Lifetime Warranty

Your Lyfe Tyme grill is guaranteed against burn-out in the fire-box section of your grill for as long as you (the original purchaser) own it.

The guarantee does not cover rust, abuse or neglect.  Lyfe Tyme reserves the sole right to distinguish between neglect (rust) and abuse or burn-out.


Lyfe Tyme Owner Comments:
(1) Kelly B. says:

    Lyfe Tyme smokers are excellent smokers made in Uvalde Texas. They come in several different styles and a warrantied for life. Anything goes wrong with them, Life Tyme will repair or replace. They are high quality but not cheap. Small smokers start at $400.00 and go up.
 

June 13, 2008 at 
10:10 am
(2) Jeremy says:

    My dad has had one for more than 15yrs and it is still smoking strong. Lyfe Tyme is a GREAT brand!!
 

June 17, 2008 at 
11:17 am
(3) Eric H. says:

    I have a lyfe tyme smoker described above, with the two doors (recommended). The pits work well, and can function as a regular BBQ, cooking over the coals, by using the firepit, or as a smoker. The pits aren’t cheap, but are well manufactured, and with minimal care, (occasional wire brush, and high heat BBQ paint), will last the rest of your life. I live in the salt air on the Texas coast, so keep mine covered when not in use. The pits are well designed, with the temp easily controlled. My two door access model works well, because you can open one door, while moving meat on the other side, and you don’t get a face full of smoke. I love this pit, and highly recommend it to anyone who wants to invest in a high quality pit, that requires minimal maintenance.
 

June 15, 2009 at 
2:07 pm
(4) Davis says:

    You will never regret it. They work great and last for a “Lyfe Tyme”….sounds like a commercial. but, next to my Road King, the best purchase I ever made!
 

June 15, 2009 at 
2:07 pm
(5) Boot says:

    You won’t find a better smoker than lyfe time.. My dad has had one for ever and mine is just as great.. you will love it…
 

July 5, 2009 at 
3:22 pm
(6) R.C. says:

    These grills are the best money can buy…without reservation. I don’t consider these smokers expensive since they will last your entire life.
 


January 15, 2010 at 8:30 pm
(7) Cathy S. says:

    My dad bought a Lyfe Tyme Pit when I was a young girl. It is almost 30 years old. Never kept covered, always outside (even during several hurricanes on the Texas Gulf coast) and it is still going strong. Looking to get one for my husband now.
 

July 20, 2010 at 
5:30 pm
(8) Bob says:

    I have the monster 3 lid model with the upright smoke chamber too… As much as I like it I need to sell it. (actually going to replace with a commercial grade corn roaster if I can find one cheap enough… I have 8 smokers and just behind my Southern Pride the Lyfe Tyme ranks right there.
 

July 22, 2012 at 
1:56 am
(9) Randy R. says:

    I just purchased a single lid 16/40 Lyfe Tyme smoker from a friend. He had, had it for 20 years. It was covered in rust and needed a lot of work. Well, I spent a few days wire brushing it down (grinder with a wire brush wheel) (I would have spent weeks with just a wire brush). Anyway, painted it 2 days ago and smoked a chicken today.

    Incredible smoker. Held it’s temp very well and cooked wonderfully. The thing is built like a tank. Even though it has been neglected outside with a firebox full ash…..wet ash. With all of that, the firebox was not rusted though. I was amazed. I love this smoker and will use for the rest of my lyfe….haha.
 

July 22, 2012 at 
1:56 am
Lyfe Tyme BBQ Grills & BBQ Smokers
 
Lyfe Tyme Single Lid Camper Grill
$439.00
Lyfe Tyme Single Lid
Camper Grill

Perfect size for apartment 
complexes and park areas

Can be used for camping or cookouts or on smaller patios such as apartments or town homes... 

*In ground pole may be substituted for a permanent installation for apartment complexes.

#317-8 / 16"x26" Grill   W-25"  H-54"   L-35" 
Cooking Area 15"x24" 
125 lbs

Order Now

Please Note: Shipping Cost on Grills and Smokers under 750 lbs., will usually average $1.75 per pound based on the weight of the cooker. A truck liftgate and residential delivery charge may also apply. Your cost may vary.

Lyfe Tyme Single Lid Grill with Fire Box
$749.00
Lyfe Tyme Single Lid Grill with Firebox
These are our most popular grills. 
They are great for family use in backyards and can be used in a variety of ways including the indirect cooking method Lyfe Tyme is known for. 

#207-10 / 16"x32" Grill   W-25"  H-57"   L-60" 
Cooking Area 15"x30" 
Fire Box 15"x16"
290 lbs

Order Now
Please Note: Shipping Cost on Grills and Smokers under 750 lbs., will usually average $1.75 per pound based on the weight of the cooker. A truck liftgate and residential delivery charge may also apply. Your cost may vary.
Lyfe Tyme Single Lid Grill with Fire Box
$829.00
Lyfe Tyme Single Lid Grill with Firebox
#208-11 / 16"x40" Grill   W-25"   H-57"   L-68" 
Cooking Area 15"x38" 
Fire Box 15"x17"
300 lbs
Order Now
Please Note: Shipping Cost on Grills and Smokers under 750 lbs., will usually average $1.75 per pound based on the weight of the cooker. A truck liftgate and residential delivery charge may also apply. Your cost may vary.
Lyfe Tyme Single Lid Grill with Fire Box
$1045.00
Lyfe Tyme Single Lid Grill with Firebox
#210-18/20"x40" Grill   W-29"   H-60"   L-60" 
Cooking Area 19"x38" 
Fire Box 19"x18"
465 lbs

Order Now

Please Note: Shipping Cost on Grills and Smokers under 750 lbs., will usually average $1.75 per pound based on the weight of the cooker. A truck liftgate and residential delivery charge may also apply. Your cost may vary.

Lyfe Tyme Double Lid Grill with Firebox
$1149.00
Lyfe Tyme Double Lid Grill with Firebox
A popular grill for backyard use for larger families or just more cooking space. Has an extra smaller shelf for vegetables or bread.

#212-19 / 20"x40"    W-29"   H-60"   L-60"   Cooking Area 19"x38"
Fire Box 19"x18"
470 lbs

Order Now
Please Note: Shipping Cost on Grills and Smokers under 750 lbs., will usually average $1.75 per pound based on the weight of the cooker. A truck liftgate and residential delivery charge may also apply. Your cost may vary.
Lyfe Tyme Regular Grill
$529.00
Lyfe Tyme 
Regular Grill
Can also be used on smaller patios, but offer a little more cooking space.

#260-9 / 16"X26" /  W-21"   H-57"   L-57"
Cooking Area 12"x22"
150 lbs

Order Now
Please Note: Shipping Cost on Grills and Smokers under 750 lbs., will usually average $1.75 per pound based on the weight of the cooker. A truck liftgate and residential delivery charge may also apply. Your cost may vary.
Lyfe Tyme Double Lid Smoker
$1629.00

 

Lyfe Tyme Double Lid 20" Smoker

Another popular grill for backyard use for larger families or just more cooking space. Has an extra smaller half shelf for vegetables or bread.

#217-21 / 20"  W-29   H-72"   L-84"   Cooking Area 19"x38"  Vertical Chamber is  20" diameter, 4'.4" high,with 3 cooking racks, 1 hanging rod, single smokestack. 
Fire Box 19"x22"
670 lbs

Order Now

Please Note: Shipping Cost on Grills and Smokers under 750 lbs., will usually average $1.75 per pound based on the weight of the cooker. A truck liftgate and residential delivery charge may also apply. Your cost may vary.

Same as above 20" with just a single cooking lid.
$1579.00

 

Lyfe Tyme Single Lid 20" Smoker
#216-20 / 20"  W-29"    H-72"   L-77"    Cooking Area 19"x30"  Vertical Chamber is 20" diameter, 4' 4" high, with 3 cooking racks, 1 hanging rod, single smokestack. Fire Box 19"x19"
650 lbs
Order Now
Please Note: Shipping Cost on Grills and Smokers under 750 lbs., will usually average $1.75 per pound based on the weight of the cooker. A truck liftgate and residential delivery charge may also apply. Your cost may vary.
Same as above 20" with just a single cooking lid and only 16" in diameter.
$1099.00
Lyfe Tyme Single Lid 16" Smoker
#215-13 / 16"    W-25"   H-76"   L-72"   Cooking Area 15"x30"   Vertical Chamber is 16" diameter, 4' high, with 3 cooking racks, 1 hanging rod, single smokestack.  Fire Box 15"x18"
520 lbs 
Order Now
Please Note: Shipping Cost on Grills and Smokers under 750 lbs., will usually average $1.75 per pound based on the weight of the cooker. A truck liftgate and residential delivery charge may also apply. Your cost may vary.
 
Lyfe Tyme Triple Lid Smoker Portable on Trailer
$4990.00
Lyfe Tyme Portable Triple Lid 24" Smoker
This unit offers a vertical smoking section, used for smoking foods such as turkeys or hams.

Portables are equipped with:

  • Single-axle trailer
  • 15" sport wheels and tires
  • Bull Dog type hitch that accommodates a two inch ball
  • Running Lights
  • Expanded metal baskets for wood and/or ice chest storage 
  • Water cooler holder
  • #773-27 / 24" / W-67"    H-96"    L-180"   Cooking Area 23"x88"  Vertical Chamber is  24" diameter, 4'.4" High, with 3 cooking racks, double smokestack, 1 hanging rod. Fire Box 23"x22"
    2000 lbs
    Special Order!
    Order Now
    Please Note: Shipping Cost on Grills and Smokers under 750 lbs., will usually average $1.75 per pound based on the weight of the cooker. A truck liftgate and residential delivery charge may also apply. Your cost may vary.
    Same as above 24" with double 
    cooking lids and 20" in diameter.
    $3799.00

     

    Lyfe Tyme Portable Double Lid 20" Smoker
    #218-23 / 20"/W-68"   H-84"   L-164"   Cooking Area 19"x38"  Vertical Chamber is  20" diameter, 4'.4" high, with 3 cooking racks, 1 hanging rod, single smokestack. Fire Box 19"x22"
    1350 lbs
    Special Order!
    Order Now
    Please Note: Shipping Cost on Grills and Smokers under 750 lbs., will usually average $1.75 per pound based on the weight of the cooker. A truck liftgate and residential delivery charge may also apply. Your cost may vary.
    Lyfe Tyme Triple Lid Smoker on Skids
    $3699.00
    Lyfe Tyme Triple Lid 24" Smoker 
    on Skids
    #777-25 / 24" / W-39"    H-96"    L-126"   Cooking Area 23"x68"  Vertical Chamber is  24" diameter, 4'.4" high, with 3 cooking racks, double smokestack, 1 hanging rod.
    Fire Box 23"x23"
    1800 LBS
    Special Order!
    Order Now
    Please Note: Shipping Cost on Grills and Smokers under 750 lbs., will usually average $1.75 per pound based on the weight of the cooker. A truck liftgate and residential delivery charge may also apply. Your cost may vary.
    Lyfe Tyme BBQ Custom Trailer
    $29,995.00
    Lyfe Tyme Custom Smoker Trailer
    These portable barbecue pit smoker and grills are used for catering and cook-off events and have the same features as the standard portable grills w/ firebox
    Special Order!
    Call to Order

    Shipping/Delivery Not Included 

    Features of Lyfe Tyme Grills and Smokers

     
    Lyfe Tyme BBQ Pits
    Larger View
    All Lyfe Tyme units feature a butterfly intake on the firebox.
    Lyfe Tyme BBQ Pits
    Larger View
    Fire Boxes feature a front shelve and a warming/simmering tray area on top.
    Lyfe Tyme BBQ Pits
    Larger View
    Inside 20x40 and larger units feature a second "half rack" for smaller items. All cooking racks use expanded steel for long life. Also shown is the all metal front shelve for easy loading and unloading of smoked meats.
    Lyfe Tyme BBQ Pits
    Larger View
    A look inside the 20" double lid smoker.
    Lyfe Tyme BBQ Pits
    Larger View
    All units feature a cooking rack in the firebox for cooking burgers, chicken, hot dogs, steaks, ect...
    Lyfe Tyme BBQ Pits
    Larger View
    Lyfe Tyme Smokers include 3 round cooking racks in the upright smoking chamber. The lower rack can also be used to hold a water pan.
    Lyfe Tyme BBQ Pits
    Larger View
    All smokers feature an easy open/close latch with a hickory wood handle.
    Lyfe Tyme BBQ Pits
    Larger View
    Grill and Firebox lids feature a stay cool hickory wood handles.
    Lyfe Tyme BBQ Pits
    Larger View
    All grills and smokers feature a 1/2" plug for Lyfe Tyme thermometers. Smokers have 2 plugs.
    Lyfe Tyme BBQ Pits
    Larger View
    The Lyfe Tyme firebox features a heavy duty wood burning fire grate and a no lip design firebox door for easy ash clean out.
    Lyfe Tyme BBQ Pits Ash Clean Out Tool
    Larger View
    Lyfe Tyme grills and smokers include a FREE ash clean out tool for easy ash removal.
    Lyfe Tyme BBQ Pits Cookbook
    Owners Manual/Cookbook with mouth watering recipes is also included with the purchase of a Lyfe Tyme grill or smoker.

    BBQ Parts and Accessories for your 
    Lyfe Time Grill and Smoker
     
    Wooden Handles
    Wooden Handles
     
     
     
     
     

    Lyfe Tyme BBQ Pits Wooden Handle

    Replacement
    Hickory Wooden Handles 
    • 6" in length
    • Drilled ends
    • Fits most late model Lyfe Tyme grills & fire boxes.
    • Sold in single units of one (1) each.
    • #678

    • BBQ

      Replacement Handle Instructions:

      Lyfe Tyme handles are held in place with a flange & pin that are welded on both sides of the handle itself. On this flange is a ½” long pin that goes into the drilled end of the handle. Note the position of the flanges. With a mallet, hammer and or block of wood, drive one side of the handle flange outwards away from the handle ends approximately 1” or enough to allow the flange pin room to clear wooden handle end. You will need to hit it hard but don't worry, you won't hurt it or break it.

      Remove old handle if still intact.

      Replace with new handle and drive the flange back in towards handle end until flange is in its original position.

      Installation is now complete.
       

    Lyfe Tyme BBQ Pits Latch Handle
    Replacement
    Hickory Wooden Latch Handle for Vertical Smoker Chamber
    • Drilled center hole
    • 3" in lenght
    • Fits most late model Lyfe Tyme upright smokers.
    • Sold in single units of one (1) each.

    • BBQ
    Lyfe Tyme BBQ Pits Temperature Gauge for smoker.
    Lyfe Tyme Temperature Gauge
    • 500+ Degree Scale
    • 3" Diameter Dial for easy read
    • Water and moisture proof
    • To fit most smokers
    • LTG / Temperature gauge for 1/2" threaded plug.
    • #723-30

    • BBQ
    Lyfe Tyme BBQ Pits Ash Clean Out Tool
    Lyfe Tyme Firebox 
    Ash Clean Out Tool
    • Welded all steel construction
    • Curved blade makes ash removal simple and easy
    • 20 inches long with a 1/4 inch solid rod/bar construction
    • #FCOT

    • BBQ
    Lyfe Tyme BBQ Steak Turner
    Steak Turner

    BBQ Steak Turners are all hand forged at our shop from one piece of  solid iron rod. They have a unique sharp pig tail style that allows you to turn, flip, and carry solid meat, solid vegetables, and pot lids with this handy tool. All turners are about 18" in length. The sharp tip is left raw. Tip may be cleaned using an abrasive pad or steel wool and rubbed with a  food safe oil. Please keep tool dry. #ST-29

    BBQ
    Lyfe Tyme BBQ Firebox Wood Grate
    Wood / Charcoal Grate for Firebox
    • Sizes to fit most fire boxes
    • Welded all steel construction
    • Heavy Duty expanded metal
    • Allows air to flow under wood/charcoal for easier lighting and complete burning of wood or charcoal
    • Sizes to fit  all diameter smokers, grills & fireboxes

    • BBQ
    Lyfe Tyme BBQ Pits
    Lyfe Tyme Firebox Only
    • Welded all steel construction
    • 16", 20", & 24" Diameter Sizes
    • For replacement or add on to your current grill/smoker
    • Add a firebox to your own smoker build

    • BBQ
    Lyfe Tyme BBQ Pits
    Lyfe Tyme Firebox 
    Clean Out Door
    • Welded all steel construction
    • 16", 20", & 24" Diameter Sizes
    • For replacement or add on to your current grill/smoker
    • Add to your own smoker build

    • BBQ
    Lyfe Tyme BBQ Firebox cooking grate
    Lyfe Tyme Cooking Grates
    • Welded all steel construction
    • Expanded metal design
    • Top racks for cooking inside of firebox & main area
    • Sizes to fit  all diameter smokers, grills & fireboxes

    • BBQ
    Lyfe Tyme BBQ Cutting Boards
    Lyfe Tyme Logo Cutting Board
    • Maple Construction
    • 21" x 12" x 1"
    • Nice accessory for any bbq enthusiast
    • Logo is hot branded into wood surface
    • Easy cleanup

    • BBQ
    Lyfe Tyme BBQ Steel Wheels
    Lyfe Tyme All Steel 12" Diameter Smoker Wheels
    • All welded design
    • Hollow spindle 
    • Fits on solid welded 1/4" shaft
    • Heavy Duty all steel construction
    • Fits Lyfe Tyme Grill & Smokers
    • Sold in pairs (2)
    • #LTW12
      BBQ
    Lyfe Tyme BBQ Pits
    Lyfe Tyme Logo Decal
    • 5" x 4"
    • Original Factory Decal
    • Peel & stick to any clean surface.
    • Makes your grill look like NEW!
    • #LTD
      BBQ
    Chupacabra Rub
    Chupacabra BBQ Rub
    Chupacabra Rub - 12 oz. bottle. A flavor enhancer rub for meats, fish, chicken, vegetables and even on popcorn!  It is truly "chupalicous!" 
    BBQ
    Yeti Tundra 75 quart cooler
    Yeti® Coolers

    The 75 Quart Tundra from Yeti® Coolers are built to keep your food and drinks cold longer while handling the bumps and bruises of your outdoor activities. One of the best insulated coolers on the market.

    BBQ

    Aladdin Knife Sharpeners
    The Knife Sharpener that Works Like Magic!
    Aladdin Knife Sharpener© gives regular, hollow-ground and stainless steel blades a razor-sharp cutting edge in just seconds. #AKS2

    BBQ
     

    Tips On Use/Maintenace 
    of Your Lyfe Tyme BBQ Smoker Pit
    BBQ Smokers
    Season your pit before using it the first time.

    Your pit has been painted with an 800° heat resistant paint. Keep in mind it does not take a big fire to create that temperature. Build a small fire, adding wood that has been soaked in water. Create all the smoke you can, keeping it going for about four to five hours. This will season the inside of your pit and "tighten" the paint.

    Cooking for the first time.

    Any hard wood is suitable to cook with; every cook has a preference. Do not use pine, cedar or a wood with a lot of resin. Lyfe Tyme does not recommend the use of "raw" or green wood; you simply get too much smoke. We recommend any good brand of briquettes. They are cleaner, hotter and last longer. They are also far less work. If you are using coals or briquettes and desire a little more smoke, simply lay a piece of water soaked wood on top of the coals.

    BBQ SmokersSmoking meat requires temperatures at or below 225°F, and bar-b-que requires temperatures from 250°F to 300°F. If you have been using a single chamber pit, chances are you are baking at a higher temperature than you would in an oven. All of our grills are designed to be used as smokers as well as grills. That's because all of our units have a butterfly intake draft and smokestack dampers for smoke and heat control. If you choose, you can put charcoal under all the grill surfaces and cook with direct heat. By manipulating your damper, you will quickly learn how to maintain a constant temperature. Start off with both dampers open half way. Lyfe Tyme highly recommends the use of a temperature gauge, it makes all the difference in the world. Most of our pits are equipped with a 1/2" pipe coupling adapter for a temperature gauge. The smaller, camper grills are not equipped, but can be on request. Gauges are available from your dealer.

    Your pit is equipped with a drain on the smokestack end. By keeping your pit slightly slanted in this direction, it will allow excess juices to drain away from the firebox. Place a receptacle under the drain to catch the drainage. The flat place on top of the firebox is a warming plate; it is excellent for heating tortillas, keeping your sauce warm, etc. The small grill in the firebox is perfect for grilling steaks, hamburgers or anything you want to cook in a hurry. The 20" and 24" models have an extra rack above the grill. This is excellent for roasting corn, potatoes or other vegetables while your meat is cooking.

    If you have a pit with a smoker (the vertical pipe on the end) you will find a rack just below the door. This is for a pan of water. By placing water here the heat draws moisture up and helps keep the meat moist.

    Take care of your pit.

    BBQ SmokersYour Lyfe Tyme pit has been painted with a 800°F primer and paint to help prevent rust. However, with regular use, various cooking temperatures and all kinds of weather, there will be small amounts of rust. This is normal. To remedy this, periodically brush rusted spots with a wire brush and paint with a high-temp, "BBQ-Black" spray paint. We also recommend removing the ashes and closing the dampers when your grill is not in use in order to prevent moisture from accumulating and causing excessive rust to the inside.




    BBQ SmokersLyfe Tyme Cookbook 
    with Recipes

    Appetizers

    Turkey Quesadillas with Avocado Cream

    8 flour tortillas
    4 oz. finely grated Monterrey Jack cheese 
    1 cup cooked skinless turkey, shredded 
    4 large white mushrooms thinly sliced 
    1/4 cup finely diced red bell pepper
    4 scallions, very thinly sliced 
    2 tablespoons finely chopped cilantro 
    1/2 cup avocado cream (see Sauces) 
    Place 4 tortillas on a work surface and sprinkle each with 1/2 oz. cheese, making sure it is evenly distributed. Scatter 1/4 cup turkey over each tortilla and then sprinkle each evenly with mushrooms, red bell pepper, scallions and cilantro. Divide remaining cheese among the four tortillas, covering each with 1/2 oz. cheese. Top each with one remaining tortilla, creating a sandwich. Flatten with the palm of your hand. Using a large spatula, place quesadillas on a hot grill. Pressing down with the spatula, cook until cheese melts and tortilla browns slightly, about 2 to 3 minutes per side; remove from grill. Cut each quesadilla into quarters and serve immediately with avocado cream. 

    Spicy Cream Cheese Dip

    1 8 oz. package cream cheese 
    1 small jar picante sauce 
    Allow cream cheese to soften. Mix picante sauce and cream cheese well. Serve immediately, or allow to chill for a firmer dip.

    Cheese and Sausage Dip

    1 large package Velveeta cheese 
    1 package breakfast sausage 
    1 can Rotel tomatoes with green peppers 
    1 can cream mushroom soup (optional) 
    Brown sausage and drain grease. Melt cheese in double boiler, or microwave. Pour into serving dish and mix sausage, rotel tomatoes and soup. Serve hot.

    back to top

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    BBQ SmokersSauces

    Brisket Rub
     

    MSG 
    Garlic Powder 
    Paprika 
    Salt 
    Black Pepper 
    Mix together in proportions that suit your taste. Rub into brisket. Place brisket on grill in firebox and sear it well all over. (This seals the juices in. Avoid using a fork as much as possible.) Move meat to pit and cook at 250 degree for about five hours, depending on the size of the brisket. Wrap in foil and cook approximately two hours longer.

    Hilda's Bar-B-Que Sauce

    1 bottle bar-b-que sauce (any brand) 
    1/2 cup salad oil 
    1 tablespoon minced garlic 
    4 tablespoons brown sugar 
    3 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce 
    2 tablespoons soy sauce 
    Mix all ingredients in quart container. Stores in refrigerator. 

    Pork Rub

    2 tablespoons salt 
    2 tablespoons sugar 
    1 tablespoon brown sugar 
    2 teaspoons chili powder 
    2 teaspoons paprika 
    1 teaspoon cumin 
    1 teaspoon MSG 
    1/2 teaspoon onion powder 
    1/2 teaspoon black pepper 
    1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper 
    Mix all ingredients, rub into pork, BBQ as usual.

    One Shot Sauce

    1 pound butter 
    1/2 cup finely chopped onion
    2 cloves garlic, minced 
    1/2 cup whiskey 
    1/4 cup Worcestershire sauce 
    1 tablespoon pepper 
    1 1/2 teaspoons dry mustard 
    1 teaspoon salt 
    1/4 teaspoon Tabasco 
    Melt butter in a saucepan; add onion and garlic and cook slowly until onion is soft. Add remaining ingredients and beat to mix. Makes 3 cups.

    DWs Hot Sauce

    1 can chopped or whole peeled tomatoes 
    2 jalapeños, cut in quarters 
    2 tablespoons fresh chopped cilantro 
    1/2 cup chopped onion
    1/4 teaspoon garlic powder (to taste) 
    1/4 teaspoon salt 
    Put ingredients in food processor or blender and puree. Makes about 2 cups.

    Neldas Red Sauce

    3/4 cup Ketchup 
    2 tablespoons prepared mustard 
    2 tablespoons horseradish 
    1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce 
    1 tablespoon Tabasco
    1 teaspoon white or red pepper 
    Mix ingredients in small bowl. Makes about 1 cup. May be used as a steak sauce or seafood cocktail sauce.

    back to top

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    BBQ SmokersBeef Brisket

    Follow brisket rub recipe.
     
     

    Beef Tip

    Have your butcher wrap your roast in thin strips of fat and tie it. It can be cooked without foil and is always juicy.

    Fajitas

    Season with brisket rub. Let stand for about two hours. Sprinkle with a small amount of Worcestershire sauce while cooking. Lyfe Tyme likes to use tenderized fajitas. They should be cooked quickly over hot coals.

    Fajita Roll

    Tenderized beef skirt (the longer and wider, the better). Season fajita using brisket rub.

    Add thin layer of chopped onion, then add thin layer of chopped bell pepper. Season to taste with thin layer of cheese of your choice. Roll fajita starting with small end and skewer together. Place on grill, away from direct heat, at 250 degree for approximately 1-1/2 hours. Cut in 1/2 inch slices and serve.

    A Delicious Taco

    1 tomato 
    1 onion 
    Cilantro (to taste) 
    Jalapeno pepper (to taste) 
    Cook fajitas and chop into 1/4 inch cubes, set aside. Finely chop above ingredients and mix. Heat tortillas and place in covered dish. Spread meat on tortilla, spoon vegetable mixture on top and roll tortilla. This is also very good using boiled chopped chicken.

    Beef Shish-Ka-Bob

    Use Lyfe Tyme Shish-ka-bob rack 
    Boneless sirloin steak 
    Salt 
    Pepper 
    Teriyaki sauce 
    Large mushrooms 
    Bell pepper (cut in 1/2 inch cubes) 
    Small onions 
    Small tomatoes 
    Cut steak in 1-1/2 inch cubes, salt and pepper, cover in teriyaki sauce and refrigerate for about four hours. Since cooking times vary for meat and vegetables, they can be cooked separately and incorporated. Place meat and vegetables on skewers and place rack close to firebox opening. Cook until color you desire is attained. Remove from rack and serve immediately.

    Chili

    3 pound chuck roast (ground to chili meat) 
    5 tablespoons salad oil 
    2 large onions 
    2 cloves garlic 
    3 tablespoons chili powder 
    1 teaspoon oregano 
    1 teaspoon cumin 
    4 cups beef broth 
    1 6 oz. can tomato paste 
    2 cans chopped tomatoes (optional) 
    In cast iron pot or large skillet, brown meat lightly in three tablespoons salad oil. Remove meat from pot leaving liquid. Add onions and garlic to liquid plus two remaining tablespoons salad oil. Saute until transparent. Turn off heat. Add chili powder, cumin and oregano, stir until onions are coated. Add beef broth, tomato paste, meat and tomatoes. Cover loosely and simmer for three hours, stirring occasionally.

    Grilled Steak Bruschetta 

    4 crusty rolls, about 6 inches long, split 
    1/3 cup prepared Italian dressing 
    3/4 cup shredded mozzarella cheese 
    1 (0.7 oz.) envelope Italian salad dressing mix 
    1 well-trimmed boneless beef top sirloin steak or 
    4 tenderloin steaks cut 1-inch thick 
    2 cups thinly sliced spinach leaves, lightly packed 
    1 large tomato, chopped 
    1/3 cup thinly sliced fresh basil, lightly packed
    Lightly brush cut sides of rolls with prepared dressing. Place rolls (cut sides down) on grid over medium ash-covered coals; grill, uncovered 1 to 2 minutes or until crisp and golden brown. Turn rolls; sprinkle with cheese. Grill an additional 1 to 2 minutes or until cheese just begins to melt.

    Press dressing mix into both sides of beef steak. Place steak on grid over medium ash-covered coals; grill top sirloin, uncovered, 16 to 20 minutes (tenderloin 13 to 16 minutes) for medium-rare to medium doneness, turning occasionally.

    Meanwhile, in large brown, combine spinach, tomato and basil; toss lightly. Place an equal amount of spinach mixture on each roll half. Carve steak crosswise into thin slices, arrange over spinach mixture and garnish as desired.

    back to top

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Poultry

    A Great Way to Smoke Your Holiday Turkey 

    This recipe requires units with a smoker.

    Wash and drain turkey. Sprinkle inside and out with salt and pepper. Melt two sticks of butter of margarine. Pour over and inside turkey. Place turkey in foil lined aluminum pan. Put it on the lower shelf of the smoker. On the top shelf place a cured shoulder ham. Cook at approximately 250 degrees for about 45 minutes per pound. (Most turkeys now have a pop-up thermometer in the breast, so there is no guess work as to when it is done.) Baste occasionally with the pan drippings. Let the drippings from the ham do the rest. When the turkey has reached golden brown, remove the ham and cover the turkey with foil; complete cooking. NOTE: The ham is delicious also.

    Tasty Chicken

    4-6 Boneless chicken breasts 
    1 cup salad oil 
    1/4 cup lemon juice 
    1 tablespoon MSG
    1 tablespoon chili powder 
    Place chicken pieces on grill and cook at approximately 250 degrees. Turn and baste with sauce mixture. Turn frequently until done, basting on each turn.

    Another Delicious Taco

    Use Delicious Taco recipe on page one of Section 2, substituting fajita meat with tasty chicken above.

    Charlie's Bacon Wrapped Chicken Livers

    Wash chicken livers and cut into bite size pieces, discarding membrane. Cut bacon strips in half. Place chicken liver on end of bacon strip, salt and pepper to taste, and sprinkle with minced garlic. Roll tightly in bacon, turn and roll tightly in another bacon strip, making a square. Pin with toothpicks to keep bacon in place. Place on grill, basting with favorite sauce or cook plain until bacon is done.

    Cornish Game Hens

    Salt and pepper hens; rub with butter or margarine and place a small amount inside each hen. Wrap in foil and cook at 250 degrees in smoker or away from direct heat for about three hours. Open foil and allow to finish cooking. Some people like to place a small onion or apple slice inside each hen.

    Fantastic Doves

    Remove breast from doves (instructions below) and discard the rest. Place 1/2 of a jalapeno pepper between two dove breasts; (we use Clements Jacques pickled jalapeno peppers) wrap with a strip of bacon and pin with toothpicks. Baste with your favorite sauce and place on grill away from direct heat at 250 degrees for 1-1/2 hours. Or cook directly over coals, turning frequently until done.

    You can easily remove the breast from the bone before cooking, using a sharp knife, splitting the breast on each side of the bone and shaving off the meat.

    Fantastic Quail

    Use recipe for Fantastic Doves, except use a whole jalapeno pepper

    back to top

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Pork

    Holiday Ham

    Serve the ham that was used in "A Great Way to Smoke Your Holiday Turkey" recipe on page one of Section 3. Delicious!!

    Pre-Cooked Ham

    Rub ham generously with brown sugar and let stand at room temperature for two hours. Place on grill, away from direct heat, at 250  degrees for about three hours. Meanwhile, make a glaze using one small can of chopped pineapple, undrained, and four tablespoons of honey. Place the ham in a pan and pour glaze over it. Continue cooking for one hour longer.

    Ham Oriental

    A shoulder ham with the bone is best for this recipe.

    Basting mixture: 

    1 small can crushed pineapple, undrained 
    4 tablespoons brown sugar 
    2 tablespoons soy or teriyaki sauce 
    1 tablespoon minced garlic 
    1 tablespoon dry chinese hot mustard 
    1 tablespoon vinegar 
    1 teaspoon salt 
    Place ham in aluminum pan and pour basting mixture over it. Since the ham is already cured, heat in smoker or on grill away from direct heat until it is hot all the way through and desired color is attained. When cooking this type of ham always turn the layer of fat up; this lets the juice drip through the ham as it is cooking. (Save the bone, it is excellent for cooking in beans.)

    Pork Tip

    A pork loin roast takes on a deliciously unique flavor by punching holes in it with a paring knife and putting half of a clove of garlic in the holes.

    Pork Roast Oriental

    Have your butcher cut a five pound boneless center cut loin pork roast. Place roast in aluminum foil pan. Use the same basting mixture as Ham Oriental and baste roast. Place on grill and cook at approximately 250 degrees. Baste periodically with pan drippings and extra basting mixture. It is best to use a meat thermometer as pork should only be eaten very well done. It should be approximately 160. If you are using a loin with the rib in it, keep the thermometer in the heaviest part of the roast and away from the bone. Paprika can be added to the basting mixture if a red color is desired.

    Lyfe Tyme Pork Ribs

    Salt and pepper ribs. Place on grill and baste liberally with Hilda's Sauce recipe on page two. Cook at 225-250 degrees for about three hours. Turn frequently and baste each time.

    Charlie's Simple Pork Chops

    Pork chops cut to 3/4 inch are best for this recipe. Salt and pepper pork chops and sprinkle with MSG on both sides. Make a pan of heavy duty aluminum foil and lay pork chops in the pan and place in smoker or on grill away from direct heat. Cook at 350 degrees until done. Place pork chops on serving tray and pour pan drippings over top. Serve immediately.

    back to top

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    BBQ SmokersFish & Seafood

    Grilled Blackened Red Fish

    Seasoning mixture:

    1 teaspoon red pepper (preferably Cayenne) 
    1 teaspoon black pepper 
    1/2 teaspoon white pepper 
    1 teaspoon crushed basil leaves 
    1 teaspoon paprika 
    1/2 teaspoon salt 
    4 red fish fillets (any other firm meated salt water fish can be used) 
    Mix thoroughly in small bowl. Mixture can be doubled for cooking more fish.

    Sprinkle fish liberally with seasoning mixture and place on very hot grill, approximately 400, for about five minutes or until fish is dark brown or black. Turn and cook for about five minutes longer. Try to turn fish only one time. A real smoky fire is best for this recipe. Serve at once on heated dish.

    Grilled Oysters on the Half Shell

    Oysters can be purchased by the bushel, unshucked, for about 1/3 the price of shucked oysters and have a much better flavor.

    Wash oysters and place on grill in the shell. Cook at 250 degrees for approximately 15 minutes. Oysters will open themselves and have a slightly smoked flavor. Sprinkle with salt and pepper and serve on the half shell.

    A variation to this recipe is to break off the top of the oyster after it has cracked itself partially open and put a small amount of spaghetti sauce on the oyster and sprinkle with mozzarella cheese; then return it to the grill until the cheese is melted.

    Grilled Stuffed Flounder

    To prepare flounder, score very lightly to form a diamond pattern. With sharp knife make a slit down the center of the dark side. Turn knife flat and slice along ribs to form a pocket. Salt and pepper and set aside.

    Stuffing mixture:

    1 medium onion, chopped 
    1 medium bell pepper, chopped 
    2 stalks celery, chopped 
    7 slices of bread (soak bread in water for two minutes and squeeze dry) 
    A mixture of one-part crab meat and one-part shrimp can be substituted.

    Basting mixture:

    Juice of one lemon 
    1 stick of melted butter 
    Saute celery in a small amount of cooking oil for a few minutes. Add onion and bell pepper and saute until tender. Add bread and simmer for 30 minutes, stirring occasionally. Add 1/2 pound of medium shrimp cut into 1/4 inch chunks. Cook until shrimp is pink.

    Stuff pocket of flounder with stuffing mixture until full, forming a mound in the middle. Sprinkle with paprika. Put flounder on aluminum foil folded at the edges and place on grill at 300 degrees. Baste occasionally with basting mixture until flounder has reached a golden brown. Serve piping hot on a heated plate.

    Zesty Bar-B-Que Shrimp

    Peel and devain shrimp. Place in foil pan and sprinkle with Tony Chachere's Creole Seasoning. Cook on grill at 225-250 degrees for about 30 minutes, turning once.

    Charlie's Oysters

    Make a pan from heavy duty aluminum foil and place on the grill. Pour oysters into pan, do not wash oysters. Sprinkle with Tony Chachere's (Sash-er-ee) Creole Seasoning. Cook on pit at 250 degrees for 15 minutes.

    Oysters in a Blanket

    Drain oysters and salt and pepper. Cut bacon strips in half. Tightly roll oyster in half strip, turn and roll in another half-strip to form a square. Pin with toothpicks and cook on grill at 250 degrees for about 45 minutes.

    back to top

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    BBQ SmokersVegetables

    Potatoes

    Rub potatoes with margarine or Crisco and wrap in foil. Place on grill at 250 degrees for about 1-1/2 hours. Test for doneness with toothpick. Potatoes should be soft.

    Onions

    Select medium size onions, do not peel. Drop onions directly in hot coals. Turn and cook until dark brown or black all over. Remove from coals and cut off bottom end. Squirt the onion out of the burnt skin and serve.

    Delicious Potatoes and Onions

    4 large potatoes 
    2 onions 
    1 stick butter or margarine 
    salt and pepper 
    Wash potatoes and slice 1/8 inch thick. (Do not peel) Slice onion 1/4 inch thick. Place onions and potatoes on a large sheet of foil (large enough to close), salt and pepper and dot with butter or margarine. Close foil and allow to steam on grill for about one hour at 250 degrees.

    Carrots and Mexican or butternut squash are also good to add to these vegetables.

    Grilled Squash

    Leave small squash whole. Cut larger squash in halves, lengthwise. Place on grill 4 to 6 inches above bed of medium coals. Cook turning frequently, until squash is tender when pierced. Pour melted butter over cooked squash.

    Vegetables in Foil

    1 medium tomato 
    1 red onion 
    1 red bell pepper 
    Cut vegetables in wedges. Place a strip of foil in a bowl about 6 inches in diameter. Arrange vegetables in foil, alternating vegetables, bring foil together at top and twist to close. Cook on grill at approximately 250 degrees for 45 minutes to one hour. Open, salt and pepper to taste, and serve.

    Roast Corn

    Shuck and wash corn, pat dry with paper towels. Rub generously with butter or margarine. Sprinkle liberally with MSG and wrap in foil. Cook on grill at 250 degrees for about 30 to 40 minutes.

    "Hot" Stuffed Peppers

    Wash peppers. Slit lengthwise and remove seeds. Season fajita meat and cut in 1/2 inch slices. Lay meat inside split pepper. Place on grill at 250 degrees for about 45 minutes. Makes a delicious taco when rolled in a flour tortilla.

    back to top

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Side Dishes

    Hilda's Baked Bar-B-Que Beans

    1 large onion, finely chopped 
    4 slices bacon, cooked crisp and crumbled 
    2 cans pork & beans 
    3 tablespoons brown sugar 
    1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
    1 tablespoon prepared mustard 
    Put beans in casserole dish. Fry onion in bacon grease, add to beans. Add crumbled bacon, brown sugar, worcestershire sauce and mustard, mix well. Place in pre-heated 350 degrees degree oven for about 30 minutes. (May also be prepared in a foil pan and cooked on the grill.)

    Potato Salad 

    4 large potatoes 
    1/2 cup mayonnaise 
    4 boiled eggs 
    1/2 cup sour cream 
    1 large onion, chopped 
    2 tablespoons mustard 
    1 bell pepper, chopped 
    2 tablespoons ketchup 
    2 sticks celery, chopped 
    3 tablespoons french dressing 
    1 small jar pimentos 
    Boil potatoes in skins, let cool. Peel and cut into 3/4 inch cubes. Place in large mixing bowl and add onion, pepper, celery and pimento, and refrigerate. Chop egg whites and set aside. In a mixing bowl, mash yolks well. Add remaining ingredients and mix well. When potatoes are cool, mix in sauce and egg whites, and cover. This is also very good using a package of macaroni in place of potatoes.

    Macaroni Salad

    1 package macaroni 
    1 onion, chopped 
    1 cup cubed ham
    3 sticks celery, chopped 
    1 cup cheese, cubed 
    2 large tomatoes, chopped 
    1 teaspoon mustard (or to taste) 
    mayonnaise to taste 
    Boil macaroni as directed on package, drain. Mix all ingredients together. Salt and pepper to taste.

    Three Bean Salad

    1 can red kidney beans 
    3/4 cup sugar 
    1 can cut green beans 
    2/3 cup vinegar
    1 can cut wax beans 
    1 teaspoon salt 
    1 medium onion, chopped 
    1/2 teaspoon pepper 
    1/2 cup vegetable oil 
    Drain beans thoroughly, then pour into a large bowl. Add onion. Dissolve sugar in vinegar and add salt, pepper and oil. Pour over beans. Marinate overnight in refrigerator.

    back to top


    BBQ Smokers Wood
    Woods as Flavoring Agents

    Apple - Very mild, with a subtle fruity flavor, slightly sweet. / Use on Poultry-turns skin dark brown.

    Cherry - Similar to apple, but slightly bitter because most Cherry wood comes from chokecherry trees. / Use on Poultry-turns skin dark brown.

    Sugar Maple - Smoky, mellow and lightly sweet. / Use on Fish & Beef.

    Hickory - The most highly used wood, both commercially and for home use. Has a strong, heavy, bacon Flavor. / Use on Pork, Ham, and Beef.

    Pecan - A cool burner, nutty and sweet, Tasty with a lot of subtle caricature. / Use on Steaks & Ribs.

    Mesquite - One of the hottest burning woods. Predominately Honey, earthy flavor with a slightly bitter aftertaste. / Use on Beef, Fish, Poultry.

    Oak - A lighter version of mesquite. Red oak is quite Similar to mesquite; white oak is milder. / Use on Beef & Fish.

    Alder - Very delicate, with a hint of sweetness. Hard to find commercially. / Use on fish.

    Ash- A fast burner; hot with a light distinctive flavor. Hard to find commercially. / Wonderful for Venison.

    Grape Vines - Provides a lot of smoke and each variety a bit Different. All are generally rich and fruity. / Use on Fish and Poultry.

    Lilac - Very light; subtle with a hint of floral. / Use on Seafood & Lamb.

    Oakies - Shavings or chip and chunks of wine barrels Beef & Pork (Usually red wine or whiskey). Spicy and peppery with a decided wine or whiskey taste. Expensive.

    Herb & Spices - You can add soaked garlic, peppers, onion, lemon All meats Spices pepper, thyme and other herbs and spices directly To your fire. This usually provides a lot of smoke And can be a great flavor enhancer when added During the first thirty minutes of cooking.

    Happy Cooking!

     
    Visit The Smoke Ring Home Page
    A service of
    netRelief, Inc.
    This site is a member of The Smoke Ring
    A linked list of BBQ websites

    Next - Skip Next - Next 5 - Prev - Skip Prev - Random Site

    Join the ring or browse a complete list of The Smoke Ring members

    If you discover problems with any of The Smoke Ring sites, please notify the Ringmaster

    Limited Lifetime Warranty

    Lyfe Tyme Smokers offers a limited lifetime warranty against the firebox burnout of any of their smoker pit products. This warranty does not apply if the smoker pit has not been used and properly maintained in accordance with the instructions supplied with the product at the time of original purchase. Rust, firebox wood grates, cooking grates, and lack of pit maintenance are not covered by this limited warranty. Warranty coverage does not extend to products shipped outside of the continental United States.  Lyfe Tyme Smokers reserves the right to repair or replace, at the sole option of the manufacturer, any Lyfe Tyme Smokers smoker pit presented to them which they deem to have been defective. Lyfe Tyme Smokers also reserves the sole right to distinguish between burn-out, rust, mis-use, or problems arising from lack of normal maintenance.  Owners presenting claims will be required to provide proof of purchase by way of the original purchase receipt. Paint is not warranted. This warranty is not transferable.
     

    Returns and Sales Policy

    Each product is fully guaranteed by the manufacturer unless stated otherwise. The manufacturer's warranty covers repair or replacement of defective parts, subject to the conditions set forth. On most items TrampolineSales.com offers a 30-day exchange/refund policy to internet and mail order customers for products which have not been used. We do not accept items returned more than 30 days after delivery.  Smoker pits, grills, burners, gas regulators, gas hoses, cooker stands, or other products that show signs of wear, installation, or use are not acceptable for credit, refund, or exchange. Custom manufactured items are not returnable. Items returned must be in original packaging and returned at customers expense.  Shipping charges are not refundable. Manufacturer's defects in such products will be handled according to the printed warranty which states that such products will be replaced  and/or  repaired  by the sole option of TrampolineSales.com. Your credit card is charged automatically at the time you place your order.  No items may be returned for credit, refund, or exchange without prior written consent of TrampolineSales.com.

    Returns are subject to a 20% restocking fee, which includes our costs in regards to originally shipping the item.  For a Return Authorization number (RA#) call TrampolineSales.com at 254-775-4010 or you may contact us at sales@trampolinesales.com. You will be given instructions on where to send the returned merchandise.  Please note that an RA#  in and of itself does not guarantee final disposition. All returns are subject to inspection. Customers are responsible for the shipping charges on alternate merchandise originating from an exchange request.  Cancellation of orders placed online  which are in progress, but not shipped, will incur a 10% re-stocking fee prior to a credit being issued.

    It is the responsibility of the customer to pack the returned materials in a manner to insure safe transit. Merchandise returned to TrampolineSales.com without authorization will be refused.  We cannot accept C.O.D. or freight collect shipments. We suggest that small items be shipped UPS Ground Service "Insured". No goods will be accepted for exchange or return without prior authorization. 
     
     

    Trampoline Sales
    Free Shipping* to U.S. Locations on Most Orders over $250.00. Alaska and Hawaii are extra. 
    *Excludes BBQ Grills and Smokers. 
    *No Sales Tax if your order is delivered outside the State of Texas. 
    *Please Allow 7-10 working days for Normal Delivery!  Excludes Peak Delivery & Sales Times 

    Trampolines & Trampoline Replacement Parts for most Trampolines
    Your Outdoor Fun Headquarters......Ships Fast!


    Don't mess with Texas
    TrampolineSales.com 
    is a Texas Based Company




    Alumni Member Theta Xi Chapter
    Texas A&M Commerce
    Support Your Local Firefighters
    Support your Local Firefighters. Donate or Volunteer Today!
    Members of the Lakeside Village Area VFD
    Please Donate or Volunteer Today!

    Medical Air Support 

    Amateur Radio Operator KF5TNU
    KF5TNU
    Licensed Amateur Radio Operator

     


    We offer:  trampolines  trampoline parts  trampoline mats  trampoline pads  trampoline springs
    trampoline enclosures  trampoline accessories trampoline patches  exercise trampolines
    rectangle trampolines kids trampolines  trampoline enclosure nets  trampoline parts.

    Prices are subject to change without notice.
    All prices are dollars U.S. only. *Shipping to Alaska and Hawaii extra.
    By visiting or using our site you agree to the sales terms and conditions set forth on this site.
    All other trademarks not owned by TrampolineSales.com that appear on this site are the property of their respective owners.
    Use of this Web site constitutes acceptance of the Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy of TrampolineSales.com
      TrampolineSales.com does not accept liability for typographical or product specification errors (including pricing).

    Scan this QR Code into your IPhone to go to this site on your phone
    Scan this QR Code to see this site on your phone

    We gladly accept the following forms of payment:

    We accept Visa Cards
    We accept Master Card
    We accept American Express Cards
    We accept Discover Cards
    We accept PayPal
    We accept US Postal Money Orders

    Credit Card Processing
    For security reasons your IP address has been recorded as:
    Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Terms and Conditions | About Us | Track Your Order
     Returns| Frequently Asked Questions| Warranty | Customer Feedback
    Get Connected with Us
    Like Us on FacebookFollow Us on TwitterYou Tube
    Pin it to PintrestFollow me on Pintrest
    Copyright © 1993 TrampolineSales.com
    All Rights Reserved Worldwide