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post #21 of 30

Looking good b-one!

 

Mike

post #22 of 30

Nice deal on the smoker.  Looks like a grea

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Thanks Gary,the weather better up there yet?

Yep.  The snow's all gone, It was followed by a week long rain, but that seems to have stopped for a while.  Everything is green and healthy looking.

 

Gary

post #23 of 30

Nice deal, looks like you got one of the older models with the metal table. I think those hold up better than the plastic ones.

I've been looking on Craigslist for about a year now, and most people still want $250-$300 for a used one, here.

post #24 of 30
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Nice deal, looks like you got one of the older models with the metal table. I think those hold up better than the plastic ones.
I've been looking on Craigslist for about a year now, and most people still want $250-$300 for a used one, here.

It's in pretty good shape for the age only a little rust on the lower part of the cart.
post #25 of 30
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Did a chicken I cut in half started with only one basket of charcoal and a hunk of hickory, added the other basket about an hour or so later still finished under the broiler here's a shot before broiler.

The wife said best chicken she's had in a long time,how's that for a double edge sword.biggrin.gif
post #26 of 30
Sorry it took so long to get rib o lator pics for you. Each shelf is 5" wide and 17" long. Haven't done ribs on it because I do those in my smoker. I have done country style ribs along with veggies. Also have done brats with peppers and some other stuff I can't think of off the top of my head. Would be tough to get a full rack of spares on it but I think baby backs or St. Louis cut would work good. The rotisserie for the grill is just a ring that fits between the grill and the lid. I like both products I know some sticker shock comes with the rotisserie kit but I got both of these for Father's Day so I am pretty lucky. If you have anymore questions just let me know.
post #27 of 30
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Sorry it took so long to get rib o lator pics for you. Each shelf is 5" wide and 17" long. Haven't done ribs on it because I do those in my smoker. I have done country style ribs along with veggies. Also have done brats with peppers and some other stuff I can't think of off the top of my head. Would be tough to get a full rack of spares on it but I think baby backs or St. Louis cut would work good. The rotisserie for the grill is just a ring that fits between the grill and the lid. I like both products I know some sticker shock comes with the rotisserie kit but I got both of these for Father's Day so I am pretty lucky. If you have anymore questions just let me know.[/quote

Looks awesome the ribalotor fits the kettle correct? I'd hate to have to buy a 22.5 WSM.biggrin.gif
post #28 of 30
Yes it fits the 22.5 kettle but won't fit anything smaller. Might just have to keep an eye out for a 22.5 WSM if you want it to use on the smoker. The pics on the box show it being used on a UDS also. Maybe have to build one of those to add to the collection lol.
post #29 of 30
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Yes it fits the 22.5 kettle but won't fit anything smaller. Might just have to keep an eye out for a 22.5 WSM if you want it to use on the smoker. The pics on the box show it being used on a UDS also. Maybe have to build one of those to add to the collection lol.

Thanks,will be ordering shortly!!
post #30 of 30
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Rotisserie and ribolator are supposed to arrive tomorrow!sausage.gif
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