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DennisLinkletter last won the day on March 29

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About DennisLinkletter

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    KK Admin ;-)
  • Birthday 06/10/1960


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    Toll free VOIP US# 424 270-1948
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    Bali Indonesia
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    My kids.. SE Asian Antiquities, travel, Thai food!
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    Father of 2 and builder of the worlds finest charcoal grill, furniture designer, woodworker..

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    http://www.HandHewnFloors.com http://komodokamado.com
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  1. My Stock Text-expander answer.. The 32" is more of a grill that smokes and the 23" is a smoker that can grill. If you want to smoke/cook low and slow, brisket, butts and ribs.. the 23" Ultimate has great capacity.. it can do 5-7 pork butts / 50-60lbs of meat. More than most residences will ever need. If you want to "Grill" for a 6 or more the 23" is limited by its size. You just can't throw on 6-8 steaks at once... The 32" and 42" are full size grills, I define a full size as 22" front to back. Full size gas grills start at 32 " and run into the low 60's. 32" is the smal
  2. We put a lot of thought into design in the ash storage and removal. Most other grill can't I hold much ash and there is a small retaining wall below the draft door which makes removing the ash difficult. This is why they made the ash drawer. Making the floor of the KK flush to the draft door makes ash removal much easier. The glazed pot Kamados are also much smaller in size, there is no way a drawer could be used on the larger KKs. I understand how at 80 this could be challenging but I'm guessing it was much more do-able when you got your grill in 2010. It might just be time for you
  3. The old school heat deflector traps heat down below and gives worse performance.. KK's have plenty of thermal mass and the insulation means you don’t need a heat sink to add stability when the ambient temps change or the wind blows like the ceramic pot Kamados. Pre-heat the grill empty, then drop in the lore grate with foil for the indirect area and drip pan on top.. https://komodokamadoforum.com/topic/10026-heat-deflectors-in-the-kk/?tab=comments#comment-121321
  4. I have good news for you all.. It does not belong to any of them. It's at a house in Malibu that belongs to a singer. They must rent the property to shoot there. These reality shows BS about places belonging to them all the time.
  5. Ahh Shucks... Thanks for the kudos Curly, great to see you here, I hope your wife will let you drop in from time to time. As you can see Curly has logged almost 2,500 posts.. he's spent some time on this forum albeit 14-16 years ago.. Welcome home my friend..
  6. I can see next to the left handle the socarrat forming... Magic!
  7. The true test with smoke is to wave some into your face.. it your eyes burns like hell, it's not going to taste nice.. It's basically wood alcohol fog so of course it burns..
  8. Someone just wrote me and asked about this.. I have not been able to get a reply from TelTru but I asked Uncle Google and was given the following.. Temperature range: The bimetallic thermometer should be within the upper and lower limit temperatures. Due to extreme temperatures, metals may reach their expansion limits and not rebound causing the thermometer to be permanently damaged. Looks like it's best to bring them indoors. When the Arctic winds blow...
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    We send them with an information loaded email when the grills are delivered.. I'll zip one out to you.
  10. Yes the acrylic material is used as both the adhesive and grout for the grills.. It's on the website in spare parts.
  11. Yes that might work on the 16 or 19.. But these are much more necessary in the other grills because the draft doors are not flush to the floor of the grills like in the KK. This feature makes ash removal MUCH easier then the glazed ceramic pot kamados.
  12. Just wanted to let you know that last week, both Mimi and my accountant tested positive for COVID, on Monday 4 more tested positive. Only one is in the hospital (she's stable) the others are doing well.. we delivered their computers to their homes today and hopefully they will be able to work some tomorrow.. If you have/had goods going out, please excuse any delay.. we are working to catch up. Thanks for your understanding.
  13. It's been the craziest of years, I'd like to thank everyone here on the forum for your help and support over the years. Merry Happy to you all.
  14. I forgot about one and left it an extra 8 hours.. my wife loved the beef jerky bark and the inside we mixed with chopped jalapeños and Best Foods mayo to make brisket dip.. Was awesome with fresh corn chips.. The fam wants me to do it again!
  15. We have a solution that works on all motors.. We've made the shaft shorter but welded a washer to prevent it from sliding into the motor... will work on all the different motor sockets with the new bracket.
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