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  1. Walrus

    Joe 2 or 3

    Looking at it, I agree. My first Kamado is a Broil King Keg. It's really deep. Then I moved it to the cottage and bought a Pit Boss K24 because I wanted something bigger for at home. I miss the depth/extra distance between the coals and grate.
  2. Ceramic grill store charges an unacceptable amount for shipping to Canada. I wanted to buy the Woo Ring ($39.99) but it does not cost $70 to ship to Canada, even something that size.
  3. This one for the Big Joe is the right width (1-1/8"), and will give you more than enough for both gaskets, and extra for the chimney. The pre-cut piece for the chimney is too short, but you get extra from the main seals which are too long (Big Joe is 24" ID, K24 is 24" OD). https://www.amazon.com/Standard-Gasket-Adhesive-BigJoe-Kamado/dp/B00C8ZSBBA/ref=sr_1_fkmrnull_2_sspa?keywords=big+joe+felt+gasket&qid=1555085563&s=gateway&sr=8-2-fkmrnull-spons&psc=1
  4. Saw 'Swiss Chalet' and was thinking.. hey must be a fellow Canadian. Then the catalog in the background of the 3rd picture confirmed it.
  5. Yup, can confirm, even at Costco in Canada. They just started selling sliced in all the Costcos in my area (who buys sliced anyways?), so I asked a kid stocking the meat bunkers and he pointed me to a manager behind the glass. He held up a whole belly, was about 13lbs.
  6. @Kamado Kyle I bought this one: https://www.amazon.com/Standard-Gasket-Adhesive-BigJoe-Kamado/dp/B00C8ZSBBA/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=high-que+big+joe&qid=1554114763&s=gateway&sr=8-3 It'll give you some for the top vent, and enough to replace the main seals in a few years when they wear out.
  7. And bang your shins every time you check on the food.
  8. @JSM I have a Keg 4000, and Pit Boss K24 from Costco. I've retired the Keg to our family cottage after using it at home for 6+ years. From what I've read, you'll be frustrated with the 5000. Sounds like the lower vent/drawer is leaky making it much harder to maintain low temps. I find my 4000 frustrating at times, it's too efficient with the double wall insulated steel. I got the K24 last year once it dropped to $699 in June. I wanted something bigger for at home.
  9. Looks like you are using the deflector the wrong way for smoking. Legs should be up, not down. It's the same grill as the Pit Boss. Check out the messages about it, most of us have added extra felt under the top vent due to the leaks.
  10. No. If you look at the pic with the stone and drip pan.. where will the cooking grate sit? Right on top of the drip pan. I think the spider is meant to be used with the adjustable rig. Woo ring is much better.
  11. @bonzovt I have the Pit Boss (same grill from Costco last year, different name). I find the same thing. The deflector is too high up, and the gaps around it are too big. I've ordered the woo ring from CGS, which should solve all of these shortcomings. It'll let me put my 16" round pizza stone lower as a deflector, and raise the grate up to the felt line. https://ceramicgrillstore.com/collections/pit-boss-24-kamado-grill-costco/products/pit-boss-24-woo-ring-costco
  12. The actually fit the Pit Boss K24, whereas the Joetisserie doesn't.
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