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About Bgosnell151

  • Birthday 11/29/1976

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    Lowell, MA
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    Grilling, Smoking, College Football (Tennessee Volunteers), Disc Golf, Cigars
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    Kamado Joe

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  1. Is there any correlation between iKamand and iGrill? Can those the probes be interchangeable?
  2. seeing that you didn’t pay for it, you either keep it and run with two or give it to a friend that would love it. the more people in the Kamado world, the better happier our population is!!!
  3. took me about a little over a month from initial email until the invoice email was sent.
  4. Thanks for all the input and feedback everyone. I placed an order for an iKamand this AM and couldn’t be more excited about it. Hopefully my new deflector shows up around the same time as the iKamand. And thanks to the savings from Atlanta Grill company, I was also able to throw in a bottle of HardCore Carnivore Black and still save $10 over expected price I would be paying.
  5. I just got an invoice sent to me from KJ for $0.00... hopefully that means my new deflector is on its way.
  6. Me: honey, I just got two new grills my wife: good luck finding your new home
  7. Its a no go. I’ll keep looking around. This isn’t a “we’re going to stop carrying KJ” sale, is it? You don’t have any iKamands, do you?
  8. I have a smaller chef knife that is the same maker as the second one and made of the same steel. I love it.
  9. Awesome... thanks. It sounds like it may end up being cheaper to have an electrician just wire it. I can do the hard part of the conduit and entry to house.
  10. For you guys waaaaay smarter than me. I am in the planning process for my shed/outdoor cooking. The shed will be about 60 feet from the house, so figured it might be easier to use solar instead of running electricity to it. I am looking to have a single light inside the shed, a string of lights under the cooking area, an outlet inside the shed for charging a wireless drill, and 2 outlets in the cooking area that will be used for charging mobile devices and running a temp controller. With this entirely way too vague of a description, would this system work for me? Would it be overkill/not enough? Would I need to add anything to it to work better? Does anyone have any other ideas? Renogy 400 Watt 12 Volt Monocrystalline Solar Starter Kit with Wanderer https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00BSZUHRC/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_O11JDb1CSW825
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