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I would have already added it to the XL Woo f I thought it was safe for the typical user. Last thing I want to see is someone have a 16 lb brisket or couple butts slide off the grid because the grid teetered on them. To carry 16 lbs. of meat, an indirect set-up (woo, stone, pan and meat) would weigh in the neighborhood of 30 lbs. It can be a balancing act that can easily go wrong.johnnyp said:Do you mean you can add them to the product line with increased customer demand? Or that handles can be added for an individual? Because if so, I'm in!tjv said:We can put handles on the xl woo, but decided against it. Lifting a loaded woo can easily get unwieldy. It's a balancing act to keep the grid level when lifting and/or carrying that much weight - balancing a 24 inch wide diameter on a 4 inch pivot line.
Like a lot we do around here, we can add handles, if you like. Just gotta ask!