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Swing Rack Videos

SmokeyBonesSmokeyBones Posts: 190
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
I know it's not on an egg but this product looks pretty interesting I may get one.







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  • I saw your post on the BBQ Brethren site - good looking product. Very similar to the Bubba Keg. Are you the manufacturer? If so, are you looking for a California retailer? If so, I think they would go well in my BBQ shop.
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  • I tried my Swing Rack tonight, was just did some brats on the top level and a thicker potato sausage on the bottom. Worked great, the top swings over smoothly and nothing stuck,  
    Rich
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  • Mark0525Mark0525 Posts: 1,217
    kind of expensive at 125.00. But looks nice
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  • I have one also. Being from Pittsburgh it's pretty cool to have a local shop make something like this. Have to say I use mine all the time, didn't think the $125 was bad considering how well built the product is, and is pretty nonstick right out of the box.
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  • SmokinJSmokinJ Posts: 220

    I have one which one also. It stays in my grill all the time. I love it. $125 is a good price for the quality and the functionality I believe. A cast iron grid cost $60-$70 depending on  which one you buy. Thats for only one grate. Here its your getting two top quality grates and the function of swinging out to have free access to the food.

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  • lousubcaplousubcap Posts: 5,899
    I have been using this setup for around 6 weeks after seeing a post on here a few months back.  Contacted the company and spoke extensively with the "video man". Been extremely happy with function and ease of use.  Would strongly recommend to anyone looking for equipment to "go vertical" in the LBGE. 
    Louisville
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  • Just got mine, used it 3 times, works great, should last a lifetime.
    Rich
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  • can this be used on the XL egg? 

     

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  • Hey Semper,

    Ironically, I was at Ceramic Grillworks today buying some lump and rubs. They will have an XL version available by month end. Saw a working prototype....it's massive, upper rack is 18" and main rack is 24". Hope this helps.
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  • semper fi shanesemper fi shane Posts: 27
    edited October 2011
    Hey Semper, Ironically, I was at Ceramic Grillworks today buying some lump and rubs. They will have an XL version available by month end. Saw a working prototype....it's massive, upper rack is 18" and main rack is 24". Hope this helps.
    thanks!
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  • Hey Semper, Ironically, I was at Ceramic Grillworks today buying some lump and rubs. They will have an XL version available by month end. Saw a working prototype....it's massive, upper rack is 18" and main rack is 24". Hope this helps.
    thanks!
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