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post #121 of 149

Again that is one nice build  !!!!   When Can I Expect Delivery ?


Gary S

post #122 of 149
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Thanks Gary! Just waiting on the money to clear to my bank from urs and ill have it delivered. Haha
post #123 of 149
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Dont know thatd ud pay what id be asking tho lol
post #124 of 149

It's been quite a few years since I was in Abilene Last time Dove hunting. There was a BBQ/Steak house I remember that was pretty darn good.

When you ordered your Rib-eye you just told them how thick you wanted it cut, and great rolls  Don't remember the name?


Gary s

post #125 of 149
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They got a few around here. As far as bbq goes i like rosas or jo allens the best tho.
post #126 of 149

I think that was it, Kinda Western decor 

post #127 of 149
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Yup thats joe allens.
post #128 of 149

Come on guys the best BBQ in Abilene was Harold's. And his sides were a good as his Q....... Sad day when he shut done, if I am not mistaken it was over taxes?


Rosa's is the same Mexican restaurant that started the in Odessa, and when taco bell couldn't get any customers Taco bell/KFC/Pepsico bought 'em out? 

post #129 of 149
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No im talking about rosas bbq not the tortillia factory
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Im also from the Abilene area, and im gna hv to agree with foamheart on Harold's bbq. It WAS the best by far. And joe Allen's wouldn't ever even exist if it wasn't for Sharon. Sharon broke off and made Sharon's bbq. Which in my opinion is one of the best around here. And Gary u could also be talking about Harlow's bbq. There not here anymore either. All the good bbq in Abilene has left the building.
post #131 of 149
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I'll be honest, i know the places but i cook my own bbq haha.
post #132 of 149

When we went there we had steak, told em how thick I wanted it and they sliced it right then and on the grill I didn't get a chance to try the BBQ


Gary S

post #133 of 149
Crazy... the rig is awesome bro... the only other thing I would do would be to get a lower trailer ball so it rides level.. just looks better going down the road... biggrin.gif
post #134 of 149

Anyone seen any smoke coming outta that rig yet? Briskets? ribs? Heck even hotdogs and hamburgers.....


So where's the meat!

post #135 of 149
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yes but then the jack hangs to low since its a bulldog jack. if it was a swivel jack and i turn it up out of the way i would but this way i don't have to worry about it.

post #136 of 149
Originally Posted by CrazyQ View Post

First set of ribs off the cooker.



You had nerve enough to post a picture of you sitting in the man chair while wearing you PJs along with chomping on a rib? Ive gotta get mine finished. Ordering my thermometers now!

post #137 of 149
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haha well i was in blue jeans, wife was under a blanket next to me.


and yes, after 4 months of building i definitely had the nerve lol.

post #138 of 149
Maybe one of these days you can come to Alaska, bring the Flyrod and a couple coolers! Teach me your secrets!
post #139 of 149
After seeing your project come to completion I started gathering up bits and pieces to copy your build. I absolutely love the size and design. All that being said do you have any kind of plans you went off of? If so would you mind sharing them? I picked up a 24"x60" piece of pipe from my work. It's 1/2" thick and thicker than what I wanted but it was free. I had already started building a 24x24x24 firebox for another project before I stumbled across yours.
post #140 of 149
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No plans, just built as i went haha. Let me know what questions you have and ill gladly help you out.
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