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  1. #21
    Been a good night searching, reading. I have not pulled the trigger yet on a new grill. But I'm a few steps closer and learned a little along the way.

    Many thanks guys adnd if anyone else has any suggestions or other ideas. I am happy to hear.

    Inspired by God, Forged by Fire, Tempered by Water, Grounded by Earth, Guided by the spirit.. Randy Haas

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    I didn't realize Weber had a 26.5 inch grill. Looks about perfect.

    http://www.amazon.com/Weber-781001-O.../dp/B001I8ZU08
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  3. #23
    Quote Originally Posted by Chuckles View Post
    I didn't realize Weber had a 26.5 inch grill. Looks about perfect.

    http://www.amazon.com/Weber-781001-O.../dp/B001I8ZU08
    That's not even the biggest one.

    http://www.amazon.com/Weber-60020-Ra...s=ranch+kettle

    By the way, weber sells parts for your kettle so as long as the kettle themselves aren't rusted you can fix it up still. I still have an 18" kettle that's about 20 years old.

  4. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by Chuckles View Post
    I didn't realize Weber had a 26.5 inch grill. Looks about perfect.

    http://www.amazon.com/Weber-781001-O.../dp/B001I8ZU08
    I forgot about this one.

    Weber customer service is great. I've bought lots of parts from them so I can eventually refurbish my old Performer.

    Neal: Nice. I looked at Klose a while back and seriously considered getting a Backyard Chef. But, I didn't think I needed the capacity at the time, so I went with the XL BGE.

    Now, I can use the extra capacity.
    Michael
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  5. #25
    Michael -

    For capacity AND ease, take a look at Cookshacks. It's thermostat controlled, insulated, uses real wood chunks (not pellets) and they have some models with pretty large capacity.

  6. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by Namaxy View Post
    Michael -

    For capacity AND ease, take a look at Cookshacks. It's thermostat controlled, insulated, uses real wood chunks (not pellets) and they have some models with pretty large capacity.
    Neal -

    I've looked at Cookshacks, especially at the FEC cookers, but I've shied away from them because I've gone to BBQ restaurants that use them (the non-pellet ones) and I haven't been impressed.

    I do like them in principle if I were to make BBQ commercially and I could make good products using them. I just haven't had anything good. But, it sounds like they may be worth a better look since you've used a bunch of different cookers and seem to like them.

    Which one do you have?

    P.S. - I'm also generally of the mindset that barbecue shouldn't be made using electricity or gas, which is another reason why I didn't buy a pellet or electronically controlled smoker. But, again, if I were to do anything even semi-commercially, I'd likely have to get one that's got an electric thermostat in CA due to regulations.
    Michael
    "Don't you know who he is?"

  7. #27
    I didnt know I could get parts for my old Weber!! I was eyeballing that SUPER SIZE Weber! Its awesome. yet more grill them I will even need at one time.

    Thanks for all the input. You guys are awesome!

    Inspired by God, Forged by Fire, Tempered by Water, Grounded by Earth, Guided by the spirit.. Randy Haas

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