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churchi last won the day on September 14 2016

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  1. Great to have you back @CeramicChef. Thats some ride you have been on over the past few months. Looking forward to your posts here again on the forum.
  2. Hi All, Huge update on the forum today. Lots of changes and new features. There are too many to list but head on over to the following URL's if you like to check out all the new features. 4.1.9: 4.1.8: One of the main take outs for this upgrade is for all the security conscious 2 factor authentication is now available on the forum. As always let me know if there are any issues noticed due to the upgrade. Cheers.
  3. Ahh ok cool @ckreef ive done the blue loctite trick and it works well. Just when the loctite fails, just put some more on. Does the solid bar piece get around this issue @ckreef? Thx
  4. Hey Aussie, I usually put a piece of wood to support the motor under it. the basket is quite heavy and with the protein in there too its even heavier, so if you dont balance the basket properly the motor will jump in places. I thought i would support the motor and put a long piece of wood under it that touches the ground so it doesn't hang. Hope you picture what i mean. ill try and take a pic when i get it out next. Now with the spit rod only and not the basket, you may not need to support the motor at all as its quite lighter on the turn. its just with the basket (which is all i have at the moment) i thought it would be better to support the motor. The motor hangs out quite a bit as well. With regards to the bracket, i have never had an issue with it, just personal preference to support the motor to ensure i dont ruin anything Post a pic of your setup when you get it. Cheers.
  5. Thats the one i have mate. Got it from the same place. It does wind the other way compared to overseas motors, so on the basket, it was unwinding the thread. I will have to get Dennis to send me the solid bar attachment so it doesn't unwind the thread in my next order. I have had no issues with it. Its pretty solid. Good warranty and spins quite a bit of kgs. Ive got purchased quite a bit of stuff from those guys and never a problem.
  6. Nice work Aussie, glad you didnt just leave it to gather dust, and sent it packing to a new home. It looked in quite good condition too. I too have something i should be cleaning up and letting go with. My spit. I had purchased it around 3-4 years ago. Used to use it all the time before i got the KK. Its just too much effort when the KK just sings and cooks anything i can throw at it. Its over a meter long and doesnt owe me too much, but i should get out there and sell it. Its one of those things you may use once a year, but its nice to have.
  7. Hi All, The Tapatalk plugin has been upgraded today. Issues fixed are: - Solved issue that prevent uploads works on some forum systems - Solved issue that prevent uploads not associated to user and not showing on user uploaded files profile tab Please post back if you see any issues. Cheers
  8. Great cook CK. I love using the yakatori grills for small table top cooking like that. Adds another side to cooking in front of your guests.
  9. I agree here with @Aussie Ora, the dual controls on the bottom vent look cool, i would go for it if it was me, but i like to pimp my KK out where i can. The deflector stones, i dont use one down the bottom of the fire pit anymore, as @DennisLinkletter has mentioned, its an older way of cooking and can create too much heat down in the firebox. So they are not really required in the KK, maybe other komado cookers but not these. I use the double bottom drip pan if required, or like the others just put foil down on the bottom grate. Its easy and quick to do. I do however have the pizza stone and i suggest that one to use up the top of the grill. That one gets a good work out when i do pizzas. Mine came with the new ash deflector, so all i can say is to get the new one. I find it keeps a bit of the heat away from the teak knobs down the bottom, so anything to stop them burning or keeping them cooler i think is worth it.
  10. i remember my grand parents having similar yellow handle knifes when i was growing up. Not seen those type of knifes for a long time. Nice find mate.
  11. Nice video mate.
  12. Hi All, The site has been upgraded to the latest forum version today. This is a massive update from the previous version. The update log can be found here: Along with the forum upgrade the theme has been upgraded as well. Please post back if you notice any issues. Cheers
  13. Hi All, Massive upgrade on the Tapatalk forum plugin today. This moves the plugin to v1.3.5. There have been quite a few fixes and enhancements since the last upgrade, so please post here if you see any issues with the upgrade. For anyone who would like to read the release notes then please head on over to: Cheers.
  14. Wow mate, congrats on the restore. You sure had your work cut out for you. Great job on the salvage of a fellow KK grill. You are going to love cooking on it once you have finished the repairs. Keep up with the updates. As the others said, the inside of the grill looks good. Love the colour that the teak side tables came up. Looking forward to seeing the end product.
  15. Mate that is effing epic!!!!! Wow, that is some serious KK kit there. I have the 32" and i thought that was massive. Look at those huge 2x staino springs on the back!! wow. Cant wait for you to fire her up and cook something huge on it. I agree with the whole pig idea well done mate.