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My Dad’s Cooker (Gift)

chopsaw

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Thank you!
Wife surprised me with a Weber performer deluxe back in 2006 . She passed in 2008 . That one gets taken care of better than the rest ,, , I know yours means alot to you too .
 

Johnny Ray

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Wife surprised me with a Weber performer deluxe back in 2006 . She passed in 2008 . That one gets taken care of better than the rest ,, , I know yours means alot to you too .
Sorry to read of your loss Chopsaw. I know she was a special lady. Gifts from people we love that are no longer with us are very special.

Take care and God bless,
Johnny
 

Steve H

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Beautiful job on restoring it. Keepsakes are important regardless of size or function.
 

SmokinAl

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Awesome looking cooker!
You sure did a fine job restoring it!
Al
 

xray

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That’s a beautiful looking smoker.
 

Johnny Ray

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Lets see some action shots .
I plan to fire her up before too long. It’s a propane cooker that I added the firebox to. I’ve never cooked on it using just coal and wood but that’s what I plan to try.
I usually run the burners as low as I can get them and build a small wood fire for flavor.

I’ll let you guys know how it goes.

JR
 

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