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Gunnergoose

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About Gunnergoose

  • Birthday 06/30/1988

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location:
    St. Louis
  • Interests
    Hunting and grilling
  • Grill
    Kamado Joe

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    Michaelhunting07@yahoo.com
  1. I picked up a couple bags figured at that price why not give it a try.
  2. Joe Junior Accessory Kludge... I wonder...

    I'm also interested in a soapstone for the Jr. I wish Kj would just make one. But please keep updating on what you find.
  3. Holding a basket on the Joetisserie

    You could always buy two shaft collars and then add thumb screws to it instead of Allen screws. https://www.fastenal.com/products/details/4142354?r=~|categoryl1:"603582 Power Transmission 9and Motors"|~ ~|categoryl2:"608501 Collars, Couplings 9and Components"|~ ~|categoryl3:"603515 Shaft Collars"|~ ~|sattr01:^"Set Screw Clamping Collar"$|~ ~|sattr02:^3/8"$|~
  4. Kamado joe jr first timer

    Joe Jr.'s are awesome you will really like it. As far as accessories you get ash tool, grate tool, and ceramic plate for indirect cooking. Only thing you might want to buy is digital thermometer and kick ash basket. As far as fuel any lump charcoal will do I like rockwood and royal oak and Kj lump for the Jr. medium to smaller pieces work best for me with the Jr. I bought a cast iron grate from bge to use with my Jr now it's sitting in drawer. If Kj made a soapstone I would recommend that but they don't so just use a cast iron skillet or griddle for smash burgers. The learning curve is pretty simple small adjustment because the Jr can heat up quick. Brisket might be a stretch on the Jr but I have seen 3 racks of ribs rolled up being cooked on it. You have to get creative but it's an awesome grill. I have done pork butts on it and they have come out great. I mostly use mine for chicken and fast and hot cooking. I also have a classic, once you save up some more money you will want a bigger one I recommend the big joe. I have the classic and I wish I made more room. I hope this helps a little bit.
  5. Broken Joe

    Now it's just a waiting game. Which won't be long but I know you anxious to cook on it.
  6. Broken Joe

    Don't worry they will take care of you pretty quickly. Make sure to take pics of all the broken pieces because they will ask you to email them pictures.
  7. Broken Joe

    They will take care of you look at this way you have a lot of spare parts like the handle, kontrol tower, and stand. I would think they would send you a new grill from the looks of the picture.
  8. New record for CS

    Filled a claim yesterday for the Jr. And received confirmation that my package was the post office the same day now that is impressive. Thank you Kamado Joe for the excellent service!
  9. KAB divider

    Cost a tall boy of voodoo ranger and a little time waiting for the Jr to get up to temp.
  10. KAB divider

    Changed the original plans again and used some scrap stainless expanded metal that I had left over from other projects.
  11. KAB divider

    I will likely have a Kj one too but I like having an excuse to work on new projects. After thinking about it a little more I think I will just go with 1/8 it will be easier to cut anyways.
  12. KAB divider

    If you buy that metal from Home Depot or lowes it would be expensive but if you buy scrap from metal yards you pay by the pound I bet it would cost 10-15 dollars and last a lifetime. You're probably right it's over kill but everything I have made for my grill has been. I take after my dad who is farmer and over builds everything. I will look at 1/8 or maybe 3/16 prices.
  13. KAB divider

    Yeah I'm going try and find at least 1/4 inch I don't know if I will need heavier than that.
  14. KAB divider

    I think I figured out how I'm going to make it. Just need to buy some steel plate.
  15. Some Recent Cooks On The Junior...

    I completely agree with what Panchango just said. I also have a Jr and classic. I feel the Jr heats up faster even tho I have kab in the classic. Just pull the trigger on the Jr you will be glad you did. Now if only they made a full surface soapstone for the jr. I would probably only use the classic for low and slow, wings, and rotisserie cooks.
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