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mguerra last won the day on April 26 2020

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About mguerra

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    Kerrville, Texas
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  1. The Smith and Wesson 40 cal “Shorty Forty” on the countertop is optional. But a good idea if you live out in the wild Texas Hill Country. For both varmints and “varmints”!!! No kids in the house so it’s cool laying there. Right under that deck below the KK I had to dispatch a big Western Diamondback. I had to crawl under there on my hands and knees and face that thing down. It was buzzing like a chainsaw, my adrenaline was maxed out. But my dogs go back there, and under there. For that little adventure I actually used a shotgun, not a pistol. No I didn’t do a low and slow on it to see if it “t
  2. You can use a controller but you don’t have to. If you like tech and toys by all means get one. I have three, and never use them anymore! You only need three temps for your KK. Low and slow which is anywhere from 200 to 280. Roasting at 350. And a hot grilling/ pizza fire which you don’t need to measure, you see it. Barely crack the vents top and bottom and you’ll get the low and slow. And only start a LITTLE charcoal. Roasting at 350 is just a little more open on the vents, you’ll learn it quick enough, but again only start a little charcoal. For L&S and for roasting start only a half cha
  3. Ok resurrected, definitely worth exploring this thread for newer members, and revisiting for us older KKers. Larry R had some good stuff.
  4. Still, we had some excellent threads it wouldn’t hurt to resurrect! And Roadside Chicken is one.
  5. I really had no idea how old I looked... https://youtu.be/tXEqWF8XGmo
  6. Yes I used the supplied Norton sanding block along the grain initially. Then I switched to the orbital when I got tired! A belt sander handled with extreme care would do it, but I don’t have one. After I shot that video, I smoothed off the surface with the bronze wool. It is smooth(ish) to the touch and looks superb. Picnics work great for pulled pork, I use them often. Smoke on, brother!
  7. Well never mind! There it is, duh.
  8. Is there a way to add a signature line to your posts, in your profile? A few years back I was encouraging people who were willing to identify themselves by first and or last name. I thought I had a signature line before but the forum has changed a few times over the years.
  9. I figured it out. Rather than clicking on that little chain link icon and then inserting the url, you just insert the url. You can either type it in or copy and paste it. That embeds the YouTube video!
  10. The finished product. By the way this is a video not a photo and that static image is not the finished product!
  11. The folks at TeakGuard told me NOT to try to fill the grain in any way. Just follow the instructions in the kit and let it go at that.
  12. I bought the kit 5 years ago and finally did the refinish today! The before and after look exactly like Wilburpans above. Took three hours including a stop to eat supper. That was to sand with a palm sander and 60 grit paper, clean, rinse, dry, and refinish with 4 coats. The teak has very deep grain and I couldn’t sand it smooth. If I get the energy I might redo it with sanding sealer to get a very smooth surface. But I have to check with the manufacturer to see if TeakGuard is compatible with sanding sealer. As is, it looks 100% better than it did. These side tables have NEVER been protected
  13. mguerra

    Basic advice

    Here's a link to another thread on the VersaGrill. Note how he fabricated it specifically to use with a roti. If Dennis or someone else wanted to produce this thing again, it might sell quite well! It was quite the bargain a $35.00 versus hacking apart a $350.00 main grill!!!
  14. mguerra

    Basic advice

    OK this thing is called the VersaGrill, it was made by Fetzervalve, and he sold the last ones in 2011. Firemonkey/Fetzervalve, uh they both start with an F... I'm surprised I remembered that much after 9 years.
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