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  • One season in, my Arctic Ice Chillin Brews have payed for themselves.  2 XLs for each 35qt Pelican.  If it's longer than a weekend, then I add ice or use frozen water bottles. Nice to grab and go from the freezer. And even nicer to go waterless.
  • All fun and games until it blows off during a storm.  Been there, done that, got the Smokeware t-shirt.
  • A station wagon that can pull almost 9000. lmao There are 3 others that do hit 9K or more.  The Yukon is a much better "all around" choice IMO. http://www.autobytel.com/sport-utility-vehicles/car-buying-guides/10-suvs-with-the-best-towing-capacity…
  • Phatchris said: Focker said: For what you're doing, and the weight intended to pull, an Outback with trailer is your best bet. I would have to guess, 75% of the Americans that own a truck, don't use it like one.  Owning a quad cab is …
  • From all angles, good on you for taking the high road. We had one lawyer too.  Despite the naysayers, it can be done amicably.   Best wishes man as you move through this sh!tstorm.
  • Toxarch said: RTIC sells different colors now: Camouflage, white, pink, teal, and black. My brother sent me a pic of the TrueTimber line, the soft coolers look nice.
  • Came out great! Thanks again for the idear V.  My guys will love it.
  • blasting said: This guy has me wanting one of those 26.75 kettles.  Nobody stocks them around me, so no clearance sales. They're a beast.  Had one pop up on CL over the summer with Craycorts after finding a 22 WSM.  Hard to resist. …
  • onthegreen said: Ok @Focker So went back to get a small smokey Joe for a friend and asked them if they had anything in the back. And it the way way back where they have the one outdoor open area they are staging all their Halloween stuff not ev…
  • 1. Portability.   Lightweight, breaks down easy, no ceramic. 2. Capacity in a small footprint. 3. Ease of use.   Temp control is rock solid once seasoned.  Guys can easily get 10 hours on one load.  Enough to get through an overnighter, reloading i…
  • Carolina Q said: Darby_Crenshaw said: preach! death to the myth that will not die! you never add wood?  i toss stuff in the egg all the time.  love extra smoke. More often than not, I don't even USE wood. Dump in some RO and ligh…
  • Carolina Q said: My store had a Kingsford gasser for 50 bucks. Sorry, no price tag pics.   Did you grab it?
  • The margins are tighter with the Weber stuff.  And they(Weber), control them fairly well.  That's why you rarely see the bullets on sale, actually any of the Weber grills on sale, aside from seasonal clearance blowouts.  Take a hit, move it on out f…
  • HeavyG said: Focker said: @onthegreen, Thank you! A few phone calls, Silvis, nada Moline, negative Davenport, DING! Lifted a pic from tvwb, dude was cool, gave me a price match. The fam is complete.  First the 18, then the 22, and fi…
  • tarheelmatt said: How many rolls do you guys want? Makes a$$wiping enjoyable.
  • WeberWho said: I'm guessing the Jumbo Joe must be close to hitting clearance as well. My previous Smokey Joe was great when tailgating weekly during summer/fall. Focker spread the good word about the Jumbo Joe and haven't looked back. Nice pric…
  • @onthegreen, Thank you! A few phone calls, Silvis, nada Moline, negative Davenport, DING! Lifted a pic from tvwb, dude was cool, gave me a price match. The fam is complete.  First the 18, then the 22, and finally a 14. Any walmart haters feel lik…
  • Photo Egg said: Focker said: Or $90 for this.  54K BTUs is plenty.  Would make a nice outdoor fryer with a skimmer. http://www.cabelas.com/catalog/product.jsp?productId=1749525&destination=/catalog/product.jsp?productId=1674171 …
  • Great price! Would love to pick up a 14" WSM on the cheap there.  
  • Or $90 for this.  54K BTUs is plenty.  Would make a nice outdoor fryer with a skimmer. http://www.cabelas.com/catalog/product.jsp?productId=1749525&destination=/catalog/product.jsp?productId=1674171
  • An awfully large amount of money for what a Cabela's turkey fryer burner and a cheap Cantonese CS wok could do. 
  • I like the tapered design of the Yeti, OT vs RTIC. The RTICs fit perfect in my smaller Tacoma drink holders.  2 RTIC 20s now reside there full-time. The powder coated black OT 30s are in the Silverado, perfect fit there full-time. A few 20s for …
  • And another.  The 20s are sweet, smoke lid.  7 bucks.
  • Makes one wonder how many bellies have been chucked, trying to cure with Himalayan. 
  • WeberWho said: Focker said: WeberWho said: RRP said: LOL - Little Canada, MN is called the MidWest? Guess I've lived "out East and down South" all these years!  Good ole Midwest. I'd say we're more Midwest tha…
  • I temp everything, bacon(make sure to hit one of the meat ribbons for accuracy), cured and smoked sausage...everything. 
  • WeberWho said: RRP said: LOL - Little Canada, MN is called the MidWest? Guess I've lived "out East and down South" all these years!  Good ole Midwest. I'd say we're more Midwest than say Ohio. Damn good point. Lmao Adam…
  • ^^^Yes, this.  Snake them on.
  • Guess his thumb was up his a$$ for a little too long Monday night.
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