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Check out the new grill/smoker

Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by telekaster1999, Jun 23, 2012.

  1. telekaster1999

    telekaster1999 Tele-Meister

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    Just right
     

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  2. Brad Pittiful

    Brad Pittiful Doctor of Teleocity Ad Free Member

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    very cool! looks like a serious rig!
     
  3. telekaster1999

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    Yea pretty nice for a fathers day gift.
     
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    Those chicken hindquarters look right at home!
     
  5. Toriginal

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    Nice!!!
     
  6. sean79

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    That is a great grill. It's great that you can go gas, if you want. And the smoke box... that's a great grill.
     
  7. telekaster1999

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    I would show the finished product, but we ate all the evidence.
     
  8. 64Strat

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    Awesome!
     
  9. AirBagTester

    AirBagTester Friend of Leo's

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    Man, that is tempting! Right now I have 3 different size charcoal kettle grills in my backyard; a small tabletop style, a large $40 something from Lowes that lasted 3 years, and a Weber built in the 1970's that was a wedding gift for my parents (no rust on it except for the actual grill, which needs replacing.) I want to get a gas grill, but I think the other 3 would gang up on it and kick it out of the yard.

    I like the sentimental value of the Weber, but if I had a two-piece like yours I'd never need to buy another grill ever. It's genius!
     
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    you have the power
    +nice
     
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    Dig it & making me hungry.
     
  12. cband7

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    Why, that looks like the 245 horsepower quad carb fuel injected three axis spin stabilized BelchFire 500!!!



    ...I would upgrade those small wheels for better high speed cornering, however.... :D


    I bet there's a bunch of steaks out there shakin' in their boots right now.


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  13. Leep Dog

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    That's awesome man. I hope you get a lot of mileage out of that rig. I know I would.

    One of the main reasons I can't wait to move into a house is so that I purchase something like this.
     
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    ooooh, i like. the best of all worlds
     
  15. LeftyAl

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    That's one heck of a grill.I like it a lot.Happy Grill'in
     
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    Looks like a freakin' locomotive! Nice one man, have fun!
     
  17. telekaster1999

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    Yea its a nice set up. Got it at the local tractor supply outfit.
     
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    Beautiful! But I'm getting to DETEST chicken. I am really sick of it and "jambalaya" (cause it has chicken it in most of the time), I am sick of roast. I am getting sick of pork. I am starting to lean towards seafood. BUT........all aside.....THAT is a beautiful setup. We have a Brinkman smoker and an Aussie Outback grill for steaks. My significant other gets them on sale! :)
    p.s. We also have a huge burner powered by propane for crawfish boils and a small burner with a regulator for frying fish and the like outside.
     
  19. Rolling Estonian

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    That is a very nice rig, very nice.

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    Life is good with a set-up like that!
     
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