Content: Slate Blackcurrant Watermelon Strawberry Orange Banana Apple Emerald Chocolate Marble
Background: Slate Blackcurrant Watermelon Strawberry Orange Banana Apple Emerald Chocolate Marble
Pattern: Blank Waves Notes Sharp Wood Rockface Leather Honey Vertical Triangles
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  1. WOW, congratulations on your creation. Is there a limit of one per barge? -- Rick
  2. Wow
  3. Excellent! I notice that your sides are rounded outward, so I am curious how it will fit in the overall schema. i.e. not butted up to the KK. -- Rick
  4. That is the one that I bought off amazon back in late March and it worked without modification. I did need the two piece bracket that Dennis supplied to get it mounted however. -- Rick
  5. So thanks again everyone. I did get it figured out, and they do indeed hang folded, but, upside down if you will.. It requires the removal of the hanging bracket and the Rotisserie motor etc. The reason for all of this is because I bought the Sunbrella cover with the option of the side tables being covered. Well as it turns out I have to remove all the accessories and flip the tables to get the cover over it. Not really what I had in mind even though it said clearly on the site that it is with the side tables in the folded position. Maybe Dennis will have them made to cover with the side tables in the up position some day. -- Rick
  6. Hey Bruce, I am a bit further south. Down on the central coast by Santa Maria
  7. This is great information. I am still new to my 21 but really think the smaller size is in our future too. I really just realized from reading this, that I can use the 2nd tier rack (going down) by flipping it over and stacking it on top of the main grate. OK, Now how to use it. hehe. Thanks, Rick
  8. That is a beauty. I just love the lines on the 23. Congrats! -- Rick
  9. This is a beauty, and the side table, what a bonus. Congrats
  10. OK, got it. Thank you everyone. I for some reason had it in my head that they folded down from the table position. I sure appreciate this forum. -- Rick
  11. Hello again all. I seem to be having a mental block here. Does anyone have pictures of the process of folding the side tables down? I must be thick or something as I just don't see it. I can slide them off without issue but I see no way to fold them down. Thanks for the help. -- Rick
  12. I know that this is late in coming, but congrats on a beautiful pair. I love that color. ( I have the same ) Now all I need is a little sister to my 22"! Great stuff.
  13. This is just BAD ASS!
  14. I have the same KK and can say that after wading through the first 5 cooks that has been my experience also. % Lovin' every minute of it %
  15. I use a Bernzomatic TS8000 with their cylinders and it works great, quick, clean and easy. http://www.bernzomatic.com/product/ts8000-high-intensity-trigger-start-torch-head/ I think at the local hardware store it was around $50 for the head and one cylinder, with replacement cylinders running about $12.