Good on them for sending you a cover.
Yes i got all the tools ready. I have them handy I work on cars a lot so got them in the workbench.Good on them for sending you a cover.
Here's to hoping that weather permits you getting it set up tomorrow and doing your initial burn in.
Now would be a good time to get your tools together. You'll need a socket set, specifically a 17mm socket and short extension, and a Phillips screwdriver.
The tools they give you will only slow you down. However that said, the angled Phillips screwdriver they give you does come in handy at least in one spot. But that 17mm "wrench" they give you will slow you down. Use a socket.
I do have them, and I bought them "literally" for a "rainy day".Yes i got all the tools ready. I have them handy I work on cars a lot so got them in the workbench.
Tomorrow rain should stop in the morning. So should be able to get it up and running tomorrow for the burn in. Sunday I will do a smoke. The vents for the back for in the rain look really useful. Do you have them?
Butter Chicken sound deliciousWelcome and congrats on the purchase. I've had my YS640 for almost a year and loving it, no regrets. Brisket, ribs, butt, chicken, steaks, deviled eggs, salmon, burgers all turned out great every time. All my friends love me! I try to clean the ashes out between every cook but not more than every other and have had not issues. It tends to over shoot the temp but then settles down on the mark and stays there unless you run out of pellets (ask me how I know) Cooking a brisket and butter chicken next weekend for wife's Birthday
Good luck man! I'd keep some spare spray paint.Well after much internal debate and an excel spreadsheet ranking stuff...I think I reached a decision.
The MAK one star seems to be great, but space is limited and have to buy a 400 grill zone thing....and at end of day can’t make it bigger.
Rec Tec was the winner on my spreadsheet for values and features, but feel like I’m paying for a features and maybe sacrificing build quality overall...this is purely subjective by me. The screening of their pages worry’s me somewhat....comparing to Yoder for example Yoder has some complaints and has had to address them...but they are there.
And that leaves Yoder....I plan to go pick up the YS640 tomorrow from a dealer in Oregon. Getting grill grates, griddle, 2 piece diffuser and regular cart. I’m skipping the stainless shelves for now as I will keep in in a garage when not in use. I like the idea that will have a smoker built to last years, made in the USA, and I can add WiFi probes or whatever other stuff i want. Interestingly enough this one finished last on my spreadsheet...but the fact I can go pick it up and have it now with no sales tax helps :)