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You have 13 inches of grate space to work with, so go figure from there. Take a tape measure to the store or butcher shop when you go. I have done pork butts on the JoeJR, but you are never going to fit a brisket on it, unless it is a small point or flat. That's not really what the JoeJR is marketed for.
The jr is great but to appreciate what it can and can't do you have to have the classic or big joe. once you understand this then you will better understand what the Jr will do. It's just a smaller version for when you want to do smaller cooks. It has advantages such as quicker to heat and less charcoal. It wouldn't be my first choice but would be my second choice when adding it to my setup.