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Slate Blackcurrant Watermelon Strawberry Orange Banana Apple Emerald Chocolate Marble
Slate Blackcurrant Watermelon Strawberry Orange Banana Apple Emerald Chocolate Marble

cruzmisl

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  1. Boooo! Well, however you get it up there, it will be worth the effort. That is a fact!
  2. Cherry picker - no Scissor lift - yes Sent from my SM-G998W using Tapatalk
  3. Also, best to leave it in the crate until in or very near its final resting place; making sure the crate is level while moving. Don't tip the crate. Sent from my SM-G998W using Tapatalk
  4. Do not go by weight alone. Yes it may be under 300 lbs but it is weildy beast and IMHO, no way two people will be able to move it up the staircase as described/depicted. My 23" with four solid men up eight stairs on my deck wasn't as easy as it sounds. They're heavy and cumbersome. My friend is a tool maker and has some heavy straps. Wrapped those around the legs and base used a few 2x4's and looped the straps around them. One man on each end of the 2x4 (vertically oriented with moving blankets between them and body) and another guy steadying the unit by the tophat. Sorry no pics so I hope the explanation helps. Is it possible to rent a scissor lift and get it to the roof that way? J. Sent from my SM-G998W using Tapatalk
  5. Don't lift the unit by the handles, lid or no lid. Be aware when the lid is removed and reinstalled, there is an alignment procedure in order to maintain a good seal. If you can, don't remove it. Once it's been fired, the firebox shouldn't be removed. It can develop cracks due to intense heat. They'll never ever be an issue otherwise. J. Sent from my SM-G998W using Tapatalk
  6. Yesterday was a rough day. So, I thought I'd enjoy a perfectly cooked tomahawk for dinner. I cut the bone off before slicing, then went back outside to close down the grill. When I returned, my little buddy strarted poking around in my absence. Even he can recognize perfection! In case you're wondering, he's a good little boy and waited for his morsel [emoji3] Just thought I'd share. J Sent from my SM-G998W using Tapatalk
  7. Agreed Tony! To the OP; as a previous owner of the same garbage in the link, there's a reason it's only $400. Not even comparable to a KK. J. Sent from my SM-G998W using Tapatalk
  8. Of course....sadly only a pic of the outside. A fair representation of the inside though is this SRF Wagyu strip. Sent from my SM-G973W using Tapatalk
  9. What Tony said!! The techniques are similar across cookers so if it takes two years, you have two years of cooking knowledge to drop on the KK. While I'm just a commoner in Ontario with no affiliation to Alberta or the beef industry, we can still kick it [emoji6] Here's a few of tonight's 80 day dry aged Kansas strips cut at 2". I like to think I'm slightly better informed than average lol Sent from my SM-G973W using Tapatalk
  10. Just secure it in the crate properly and you'll be fine. It makes it from Indonesia on a boat so I don't see any issues on a semi. Good luck with the move and consult with Dennis on specifics on how to load it in the crate. J. Sent from my SM-G973W using Tapatalk
  11. $30! Yeah that's a good price and a good brand name Sent from my SM-G973W using Tapatalk
  12. Don't forget a cover. That's a VERY important accessory. Sent from my SM-G973W using Tapatalk
  13. Welcome to the club fellow Ontarian!! J. Sent from my SM-G973W using Tapatalk
  14. I'm usually putting my cover on a few hours after shutdown (depending on the temp and length) either way air is getting in somewhere. Good advice above[emoji106] Sent from my SM-G973W using Tapatalk
  15. They're ya go!! This week it's going to be in the sixties..What great timing!! Sent from my SM-G973W using Tapatalk
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