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Shuley last won the day on October 23 2016

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  1. I'm probably too much of a wuss to do that. It was sprinkling when I was making burgers tonight at that made me question my choice to grill lol. I guess you all must be much tougher than me!
  2. If mine doesn't work (it's from my Weber) I have no qualms about that. I just don't want to spend the money until I know it won't work
  3. Sure am glad I don't have snowy winters. I grill all year round Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. I got an email today that I will be sent both pieces. Hoping I will be able to figure it out once they get here. I am wanting to see if my current motor will work prior to purchasing a new one. I'm thinking it might of the part that goes into the motor is square. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. The meat probe that came with it was right angled, but if you slide it in right you don't really have to bend it much.
  6. Also it does not appear to be on the packing list attached to the box of parts Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Unless it is "side grill hanger". It definitely is not. I kept everything in its box
  8. I will have to check again, but when my rod arrived I checked my spare parts box and pulled everything labeled "rotisserie ". I don't remember seeing anything that looked like a bracket.
  9. Does that mount come with the motor?
  10. I really have no need for another grill. As long and I can figure out the rotisserie thing, I will actually be getting rid of my gasser. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. So I am curious as to why you had this delivered to your office? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Although I have always maintained that people should cook to their own desired level of "doneness," I find this hilarious. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Is there a trick to be able to make the "spring loaded plate" inside of the grill springy?? When I push on it with the rod it does not seem to have any give at all.
  14. There is no such thing as grilling season in my eyes
  15. I have relatively little charcoal experience. I started with lazarri (mesquite). Then switched to royal oak. Of course I got to try coco char and coffee char when I got my kk. I really liked the coffee char. Anyway, I thought royal oak was alright and it's a decent price. Then it just seemed I was getting more and more and larger and larger pieces of cement. Which made me kind of irritated since I am paying per pound and I feel like they were just trying to up the weight. I saw black diamond on clearance at target and I had a clear preference for that. Unfortunately I only bought two boxes and when I figured out I liked it I went back for more. They were out. When I saw charbroils brand it looked similar and it really is similar. Someone said on here they are the same, and that is probably the case. The few boxes I had of black diamond had more dust than the boxes of charbroil. But still way less than RO. Anyway, overall I find that it does not spark at all and leaves less ash. It takes me slightly longer to light, but when it gets going, it spreads faster and seemed to climb temperature faster. For low and slows it lasts much longer. I'm not sure why because that doesn't seem to make sense since it seems lighter than RO. Overall I like it. And around 10 bucks a box I would definitely prefer it to RO. Still not as good as coffee char, but I'm not a rich lady.