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  1. I like the idea of the extra weight with having the grates tripped out using a Wok. I was using a grate that has a large one in the center which the wok sat OK in and when I flipped the top too quick and let go the whole grill fell backwards into the grass. Just an FYI.. I was using a Vison also.
  2. After heavy use over the summer did a fall clean up, pressure wash, grills cleaned, stick cleaned. Everything pulled from drawers / storage cleaned and put away. Ready for a heavy Thanksgiving weekend, glad to get it done.
  3. I live in Central Florida and never had mold in the kamado's or the Stick Smoker. They are under roof and don;lt used covers, used covers at first but they seem to attach bugs under them. I do use them quite often though.
  4. Looks great, on my list to build one.
  5. Nice job, I like it. Nice job on the build.
  6. Looks like Sam's is starting their clearance, $50 less then when I bought mine. West Orlando
  7. Yea, I have made it before and you do need some space to have the water vapor burn off. But makes some nice large chunks, using live oak. https://www.kamadoguru.com/applications/core/interface/file/attachment.php?id=60817 You can see my Lab saying "What the F**K are you doing"
  8. I buy from Walmart, they have a selection, Hickory, Apple, Mesquite, etc.. Great prices.
  9. Wife picked me up 3 bags of the RO big block which I have never seen, 1/2 the bag was some very large chunks and then started getting smaller. Cooked great, large chunks looked like the last time I made some homemade. Would buy again.
  10. I had mine in for 4 hours, no foil this time @ 275 for so.
  11. If you can try and get a small cleanup sink done during the build. I did and with a 5 gal small under counter hot water heater it really makes it nice. I did a small drain field which has worked great, I only wash my hands and light clean up in it. As mine is about 75' or so from the house kitchen. One thing I did which I wish I did not was cut a small 2 burner RV stove into one counter top. I never use it and it's just a maintenance issue and my space in under cover but open air. Also go as big as you can, space goes quickly.
  12. Looks great, can't wait to see it in action.
  13. I rarely use the removable upper section of the rack, just when I need the extra real estate. I keep the woo in the vision as I usually have a drip pan in that one. I use the Bubba Keg for steaks, burgers, etc.. I did receive a replacement fire bowl and when I installed it my grill sits a bit higher. The original placed the grill right within the felt / lower bowl line, new one has it sitting above that line. Vision says it's the same size. The only issue is you to make sure it's centered when closing the top. I still my stick does a better job on ribs, brisket, etc.. but I might be bias.
  14. They came out great, good color and very tasty. With some pan fried potatoes and peas.
  15. Decided to toss a couple racks on the grill today.
  16. I use apple juice and bourbon and don't get any types flair ups of any size.
  17. I have some growing in the yard, going to try it soon.
  18. I have been though several bottles and just bought these glass ones and really like them. I use a spray almost everything I grill which is about 6 times a week. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01G98Y1BA/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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