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Off Topic / Re: Anything but Webers
« Last post by LiquidOcelot on Today at 10:15:09 PM »


doubles
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Off Topic / Re: Life is about to be a lot different.
« Last post by TheDude on Today at 08:29:02 PM »
Lotta ins. Lotta outs. Lotta what have yous.



Lotta strands in the old Duder's head.

Did you know, a lot of The Dude's wardrobe is just what Jeff showed up on set wearing?
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Online Finds / Re: Framed Weber Artwork on eBay
« Last post by Heyjude on Today at 08:26:35 PM »
Ya gotta give credit for thinking outside the Box!
Lol
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Picked up this N code today, my first kettle so I guess I'm officially part of the club. Got to fix one of the leg sockets and it's missing a bowl vent. I'll post some pictures once I get it cleaned up.
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Meetups & Events / Re: The Mitten State meetup - *UPDATE Aug 26th*
« Last post by No.1Agent on Today at 08:03:56 PM »
Coming From Chicago

I am selling the following with all prices including the No.1Agent personally delivering it to you.

22" --1969 Pat Pending Redhead. $175
(See previous post here for pictures)

18" -- BUDLIGHT blue grill -$80
(See below for pictures)

18" -- Brownie $50
(Pictures below)

Black Gen2 Performer electric start $225 (picture below)

Prices can be discussed or trade offers are accepted.

Please let me know asap.

Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk

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Online Finds / Re: Red in IL for 10 bucks
« Last post by Bob BQ on Today at 08:03:49 PM »
Nice pickup!


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@Cellar2ful , how are these holding up to high heat? My Weber hinged grates get killed by the heat from charcoal baskets and the slow & sear......I am constantly dealing with preliminary rust in the area on the grates that sit above the charcoal.  Does killa grilla solve this problem?

This is what the grate looks like currently after 7 months of use. Smoke stained but no rust or corrosion whatsoever. This kettle and grate gets used 4 or 5 nights a week. The other 2 or 3 nights of the week I use my other cooking kettle that has the Weber GBS grate with the CI sear grate. Awesome product.



thank you for the help!
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Australia / Re: Fuel types.
« Last post by JayCee on Today at 07:53:26 PM »
Kingsford is my brand of choice. Otherwise gidgee lump charcoal.
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WSM: Weber Smokey Mountain / Re: Pork Butts...Hot n Fast!
« Last post by Mike in Roseville on Today at 07:36:48 PM »
Looks really good! I think I'll try this next time I do bone-in butts (so I can start early and end early).

Thanks for sharing!
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WSM: Weber Smokey Mountain / Re: Pork Butts...Hot n Fast!
« Last post by jcnaz on Today at 07:33:09 PM »
Looks good John!

I have never done pork butts hot and fast on my WSM. I am going to have to give that a try.

I assume all the vents are wide open?

Also, please report let us know what you think about the Weber Briquettes. I normally like to run Stubbs in my WSM, so I passed on extra bags of Weber to cash in (hopefully) on the Stubbs Labor Day Sale next week.

-Mike
Thanks Mike!
I did have the vents all wide open.
The Weber charcoal reminds me of Stubb's so far. I will have to try a few more cooks before I give my final opinion, but so far so good.

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