Help Needed - Looking for deep bark

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Hey team, I've had my pellet Pit Boss Copperhead Series 7 for 3 years and it works great. The meat is tender and flavorful. I've been chasing how to get deeper bark on my ribs and pulled pork. For ribs, I use a Killer Hogs brown sugar based rub and the 3, 2, 1 technique. They come out awesome and I'd put them against anyone's ribs but I don't get the dark bark others guys produce. I'd think I could just leave them in over 3 hrs... but I don't want to dry them out. I'll often throw them on the grill to burn the ends.

Any ideas? Thanks!
 

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??? "Burnt ends" aren't part of my request. And yeah I know that.
 

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Hey team, I've had my pellet Pit Boss Copperhead Series 7 for 3 years and it works great. The meat is tender and flavorful. I've been chasing how to get deeper bark on my ribs and pulled pork. For ribs, I use a Killer Hogs brown sugar based rub and the 3, 2, 1 technique. They come out awesome and I'd put them against anyone's ribs but I don't get the dark bark others guys produce. I'd think I could just leave them in over 3 hrs... but I don't want to dry them out. I'll often throw them on the grill to burn the ends.

Any ideas? Thanks!
what type of pellets are you using? TBH those ribs have a great color.
 
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Thanks Dave. Used Trager cherry wood pellets. The flavor is great, I was just curious about deeper bark. Almost "brisket" like.
 

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