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  1. Greetings from Atlanta! We just received our BB 32 in a type of Speckled Glass Blue. This thing arrived well packaged for sure! Couple questions about getting it off the pallet and moving it in general. I understand the crate lid also serves as a ramp to get the grill off of the crate. The grill weighs ~918 pounds once you take all the grates out so am wondering what's a good strategy for getting the grill down the ramp without it taking off? Do you just surround it with four dudes and ease it down? Second question is about moving it down a slope. This is going from the garage down the side of the house which in on a decent downward slope and into the backyard. I've measured and the BB will fit through the side gate. We have a crew working on some hardscape atm and they've graciously said they'd help move it! The hardscape crew has this nifty machine (pic included) that they use to haul dirt, crusher, pavers, etc. up and down the side of the house and have laid down thick plywood to facilitate. This mini-bobcat thing has mounting rings for a hoist/strap and that's the second question - what do I put around the BB and attach to those mounting rings? I know what I need - a heavy-duty strap of some kind that I can put around the BB attached to a chain that I can connect to those mounting rings, but what is that called? Any advice?
  2. Hi KKers! I'm the CeramicChef and have owned and been cooking on "The Beast", a KK BB 32", for about some time now. All I can say is that everyone should have an opportunity to cook on a KK! I've been using kamados for a little over 20 years. I started out on a BGE that eventually got Humptied on move from South Texas to NOLA. It was replaced by a Medium BGE as I was now single and didn't think I'd need as much as a BGE had in terms of grilling space. Then along came the Primo XL and it replaced my Med BGE as my go to grill. It was wrecked by some ne'er do well youths and replaced with another Primo XL. During my Primo years, Dennis introduced the KK BB. I just sat there in my chair slack jawed. I finally decided that I had worked hard all my life and I deserved one. Dennis was gracious enough to ship one my way! I thought I understood all about quality, customer service, etc. Was I ever wrong! The KK BB 32" was beyond anything I ever hoped for. But then, you guys know exactly what I'm talking about. My friends as me to explain why in the world I'd ever spend the kind of money on a kamado that you pay for the KK BB and all I do is smile and tell them they'd never understand until they experience it firsthand. My friends who have cooked on The Beast tell me it's the difference between chicken salad and chicken $41t. The Beast is Black Pebbled ... understated elegance! I thought I had a pic but will post one in a couple of days. So in any event, its good to be aboard and in with you good people. Y'all have a great weekend, kiss that special someone, hug the kids, and make some memories with your KK, family, and friends!
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