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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by telekaster1999, Jun 23, 2012.
very cool! looks like a serious rig!
Yea pretty nice for a fathers day gift.
Those chicken hindquarters look right at home!
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.
I would show the finished product, but we ate all the evidence.
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!
you have the power
Dig it & making me hungry.
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....
I bet there's a bunch of steaks out there shakin' in their boots right now.
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.
ooooh, i like. the best of all worlds
That's one heck of a grill.I like it a lot.Happy Grill'in
Looks like a freakin' locomotive! Nice one man, have fun!
Yea its a nice set up. Got it at the local tractor supply outfit.
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.
That is a very nice rig, very nice.
Life is good with a set-up like that!