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Trade-In

tcracingtcracing Posts: 262
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
Hind sight being what it is, I probably would have been better served buying a large. Do most dealers accept trade-ins? Or will I be better served buying a large and trying to sell my medium. I think keeping both might be out of the question(wife-no, me-yes). Any help would be appreciated.
George Foreman? Who? 
Tim C. Panama City, Fl. 
Large, Minimax-soon
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  • Little StevenLittle Steven Posts: 26,921
    tcracing,

    Your best option is keep the medium and get a large. Make really good stuff and when your wife wants to have a party tell her you don't have the space. ;)

    Steve

    Steve 

    Caledon, ON

     

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  • Buy the large and then try to sell the medium. Then if it doesn't sell you are all set. ;)
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  • tcracingtcracing Posts: 262
    The other problem I have is that you can't fit three chickens on the medium. I see that you can remove the fire ring to do a turkey, but could you do it for more dome space for chickens.
    George Foreman? Who? 
    Tim C. Panama City, Fl. 
    Large, Minimax-soon
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  • tcracingtcracing Posts: 262
    I'll be happy, but the wife would be a little upset.
    George Foreman? Who? 
    Tim C. Panama City, Fl. 
    Large, Minimax-soon
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  • Trade her in for a new model. :P
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  • tcracingtcracing Posts: 262
    Ya, right. I just got this one broken in.
    George Foreman? Who? 
    Tim C. Panama City, Fl. 
    Large, Minimax-soon
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  • CrimsongatorCrimsongator Posts: 5,706
    The ask for forgiveness and not for permission principle would work well here
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  • tcracingtcracing Posts: 262
    Yes it would, but the Eggs and I might be in the doghouse for a week or two.
    George Foreman? Who? 
    Tim C. Panama City, Fl. 
    Large, Minimax-soon
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  • CrimsongatorCrimsongator Posts: 5,706
    Ah, things you can say about your egg that you can't say about your wife. I love this thread!
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  • CrimsongatorCrimsongator Posts: 5,706
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  • tcracingtcracing Posts: 262
    At least I would have something to cook on.
    George Foreman? Who? 
    Tim C. Panama City, Fl. 
    Large, Minimax-soon
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  • cookn bikercookn biker Posts: 13,272
    I have fit 4 chicks on my medium. How did you set yours in?
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  • tcracingtcracing Posts: 262
    I've tried to set them up in the vertical stands indirect with platesetter, but I only had room for one.
    George Foreman? Who? 
    Tim C. Panama City, Fl. 
    Large, Minimax-soon
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  • LovenbrauLovenbrau Posts: 307
    Buy the large and put the medium on Craigslist at an outrageous price because you have seasoned it! If it does not sell then you can at least say you tried. If you get the price then buy a second large! Worth a shot. Cheers.
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  • tcracingtcracing Posts: 262
    Thanks for all the good ideas.
    George Foreman? Who? 
    Tim C. Panama City, Fl. 
    Large, Minimax-soon
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  • cookn bikercookn biker Posts: 13,272
    Not sure why that is. You should be able to stuff at least four if not five. Depanding on size.
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  • tcracingtcracing Posts: 262
    Do you take out the firering and set the platesetter on the firebox?
    George Foreman? Who? 
    Tim C. Panama City, Fl. 
    Large, Minimax-soon
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  • cookn bikercookn biker Posts: 13,272
    Nope, just stuff them in there and they will be terrific!! Guaranteed!! Vertical.
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  • tcracingtcracing Posts: 262
    I guess I'm buying chickens on sterriods(4 to 4 1/2 lb.).
    George Foreman? Who? 
    Tim C. Panama City, Fl. 
    Large, Minimax-soon
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  • cookn bikercookn biker Posts: 13,272
    Me too. You can do it!! ;)
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  • tcracingtcracing Posts: 262
    Thanks, and I'll give it a try this week-end and maybe take some pictures.
    George Foreman? Who? 
    Tim C. Panama City, Fl. 
    Large, Minimax-soon
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  • Little ChefLittle Chef Posts: 4,725
    :laugh: :laugh: :silly: That is exactly what I was thinking!!! (remind you, this is coming from a woman! :) ) Me thinks tcracing needs to do a bit more cooking on the Egg for the wife and her family. :silly: :laugh: :laugh: :whistle: She'll be sold in no time. B) :laugh:
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  • tcracingtcracing Posts: 262
    So true, so true.
    George Foreman? Who? 
    Tim C. Panama City, Fl. 
    Large, Minimax-soon
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  • Michael BMichael B Posts: 986
    It depends on the dealer. If they sell a lot of Eggs, have weekend cookouts on their own Eggs, you've got a good chance of them taking a trade-in. If they just have one or two Eggs sitting in the corner so maybe people will ask about them, chances are not so good.

    My first BGE was a medium.
    I was in the dealership and commented that I had had it exactly one year, and the only complaint I had was that it wasn't a large.
    The salesman offered me a full refund against a new large!
    Two hours later I was on my way home with my new LG BGE, and a few new accessories.
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