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  1. The grill is spoken for. Thanks all for looking. There's an off-chance we list our house and if the buyer doesn't want it, I may let the other one go with accessories and start fresh with a pair at my new residence. You can email, DM, or post here to let me know interest in that one. (pictured above) I'll save any contacts. I do not have the pallet for it Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Thanks David. I absolutely love my grills and will always have one... just want to give someone a great chance to enter the community with a nice price as it is sitting unused. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Hello all- I hope this is the right category to post in! I have two "twin" 32" Dark Autumn Gold Big Bads. One of the grills is still on the pallet and was never uncrated. They are beautiful. I've come to the realization that with my area, I'll probably never use both at my current house. One grill has never been moved and is fully crated and ready to be pallet-jacked out of the garage and loaded today. IF you want twin grills that are from the same tiles, I will entertain selling both if you want that for your setup. I'm currently using one and of course love it. I know most are sold out right now. As this one is literally brand new/never used, I will price it at $6,000 and you arrange the shipping with pick-up in Sacramento, CA. (need pallet-jack) I have a lot of accessories and coffee/coconut charcoal that I am keeping unless you want both grills. Anyone interested in that please just email and we can discuss my other inventory. I travel for work, so please be patient if I don't immediately get back to you. I will check the e-mail several times daily. You can also PM on the forum and I will check it as well. Thanks for your consideration. Jayson [email protected] Edit A charcoal splitter/reducer will be included. (I have two) Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Basically, if they break it, they buy it..and in writing. I'm from Georgia originally, and have hiked many of those trails. I've been gone for a few decades, so unfortunately, no leads for you. I understand finding someone up there will be difficult. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. I rolled a 32" down a slightly sloped sidewalk and regretted doing it myself. I'm 6'5" 220 and I was grunting to keep it on the concrete. That sloped area looks like it will need some slight leveling, someone piggy-backing plywood, and more than 2 big guys. That's just my opinion. Once it starts rolling, you aren't stopping it on a slope and I don't want to see your new grill down that hill. Measure and see if the crate will fit and use a pallet jack like someone else recommended if able. Better yet, if you can, pay a bonded company and make them do it. That is not going to be fun. Best of luck! Jayson Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Freezin' is the reason! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Great action pics! I look forward to joining you in a month or so. Jayson Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Yes, it has been brutal without anything. Due to some other priorities, "re-grilling" our household had to wait. Although it will probably be another year to finish the outdoor area the way we want, we will at least be back in the cook game soon. I built an elementary setup at our last place in limited space with two Primos and really enjoyed running different temps so I didn't have to fool with adjusting the temp for different items. I will save the rest of the details until they get here and I have pics! Until then, this was my entry into the BBQ game at our last place many moons ago. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Troble- Thank you for the great information and pictures. As you guessed, it is the bark that mesmerized me. I'm a former Primo x 2 owner who has been grill-less for almost 2 years after I sold mine with our last place. I have been stalking the forum for a while. As well, I have been talking to Dennis, who as everyone knows, is wonderful. My new babies are making their oceanic voyage as I type this. I look forward to participating in the future...and yes, I will document with plenty of pictures! Thanks again, Jayson Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Troble- Will you please share your prep? That second picture is awesome. Thanks! Jayson Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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