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  1. There are no serial numbers embossed on the Classic II or later generations. I think the web site takes whatever numbers or letters that you enter. So if the registration site takes the GM prefix then go ahead and add it. No harm, no foul.
  2. Cypress Grill Tables prepares the table for pickup in several sections. How many sections depends on the table you choose. I moved a 92-inch table (six sections) in a Home Depot rental flatbed; the length of the table top (one section) was the deciding factor for that size of vehicle. ETA: The other five sections would have fit in my RAV4 with the seats down.
  3. You might also consider Atlanta Grill Company. https://atlantagrillcompany.com/
  4. Ah, sorry, missed the bit about rolling it back and forth. A Classic II will fit through the doorway without removing anything.
  5. It should be fine. Worst case you can easily remove the side tables and even their brackets.
  6. I just checked the schedule and the Maui warehouse is on the list at the end of August. I don’t recall the roadshows ever going to Hawaii, so that’s nifty.
  7. Costco is pretty good about detailing everything in an online order so if it’s not listed then probably not.
  8. You may never need them but just in case.
  9. I'll bet that the last time Bobby looked at his Facebook or Linkedin profile George Bush was still president. Bobby and Kerry still have equity positions. Kamado Joe was growing so much (new markets, more reach, more products, growing user base) they needed a better capitalization approach and the Dominus investment was one way to fund the expansion.
  10. It wont affect the performance so technically it's not a warranty issue. That said, if a crack develops a couple of years from now then you'll have the documentation of the crack source. But even then it doesn't matter about the source; if the ceramic breaks at any time, it's under warranty. For a chip like that I would be surprised if they replace the base.
  11. I’m using plain old propane (blue tank) and it stays lit.
  12. We had a cuisinart machine for 15+ Years and recently replaced with another cuisinart. The old bowl cracked and then the pusher. Very good machine.
  13. You can also cut the fire starters in half. It really doesn’t take much to get a fire going. You want to creep up on a slow fire because reducing the temp is tough. Also make small changes to vent settings and then wait a few minutes to see the change. Less is more.
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