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  • Re: How to transport Demo Egg

    JME NC,Grillmiester's box is the trick for sure if you are moving it alot. I've picked up larges at the Atlanta Eggfest the last two years. I strapped them to the hook in the floor, put a moving blanket around it, and put coolers and such up against it. I hauled one around till the next weekend and then carried to a friend that was cooking backyard at the Jack. I would take the fire grate out and the daisy wheel off.
    The first time I carried mine to a contest I took the insides out and wrapped them up in blankets. At the contest I saw folks carriing them strapped in the back of pickups. That was the end of taking them apart. Green EGG Dan carries two strapped on a cargo carrier on back of his motorhome.
    We are still looking at going to the Waldorf. Hope toget some dates figuged out tomorrow. Sounds like a fun weekend.[p]Best of Egg Haulin' to You
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