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retfr8flyr

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About retfr8flyr

  • Birthday 10/06/1945

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    Providence Forge, VA
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    My 06 Mustang and Home Theater.
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    Kamado Joe

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  1. I have the 1300 and for 225°-250° cooks it will use about 1 lb per hour, depending on the outside temps. In the winter months, it will burn about 1½ lbs per hour at those temps. I have had it roasting at 400° in the summer and it still uses less than 2 lbs per hour.
  2. I have mine on a wood deck and just use a fire resistant mat under it. I have not had any problems doing this with my grills for many years now.
  3. I have a Big Joe and I keep it outside with a cover. I'm not sure if it will fit through a 32 in door but if it will it would just barely clear. I would recommend getting the Big Joe and keeping it outside with a cover. Rolling a ceramic grill, of any size, around all the time is a recipe for disaster and I can't imagine rolling it across a door threshold all the time. The grills are very tippy and hard to easily move.
  4. Welcome to the forum! There is a wealth of knowledge from the members here and all of us are happy to answer any questions you will have. You will really enjoy the world of Kamado cooking.
  5. Welcome to the forum!
  6. Welcome to the forum!
  7. I was also part of the Kickstarter program, so I will not say much. I feel it does a decent job, but really lacks range and I use it for my rotisserie cooks, but I have other style probes that I use for my regular cooks.
  8. I have always used a cover for my BJ. If I am going to be cooking for a couple of day straight, I will leave it off, but I usually cover it as soon as it cool off.
  9. Welcome to the forum!
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