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Mstacy

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  1. I did a beer can chicken this past weekend using Johnny Appleseed beer and Weber beer can season dry rub. I also injected the chicken with Italian dressing. Turned out great! I have to say, I was impressed with the Weber beer can chicken seasoning.
  2. Here she is in her final resting place! Thank you for all for positive comments! If you want any details that you see, let me know.
  3. I reset the draft door tonight and painted all the support hinges/brackets. The last remaining items are to paint the refract cement around the draft door and re-assemble.
  4. Almost done.... The remaining tasks are to paint and install the support brackets
  5. It's hard to tell by the pic, but the paint color is Burnt Copper color by VHT high temp paint (1300-2000F). I have used this paint on a stick trailer unit I have and works really nice. There is a before and after pic attached. 3 years later, it still has great color. I'm going to do a clear coat also. I should be done in about 1 week or so. More pics to follow
  6. Upon further inspection following the breakdown of the unit, there are cracks in the lower body which does not suprise me. The body surface has been prepped and primed. All brackets were sand blasted and primed. .
  7. I ended up buying it for $300, which included 2 grates (23" and a second smaller), lower bracket for holding the smaller grate or a heat deflector below the main grate, upper bracket for holding the smaller grate above the main grate and the gas attachment. The unit was confirmed to be made in 2003, and has no cracks. Regardless of the Richard Johnson history, $300 for a little fun won't kill me even if the thing crumbles and turns to dust tomorrow. I already have the unit completely disasembled for a complete makeover. Pics coming soon.
  8. I currently bbq on an off-set stick burner and am looking to purchase a kamado. I ran across an older Kamado #7 on Craigslist and was interested as I like older looking items.. Im asking the kamado community for your opinion on this kamado. Here is my main concerns. 1) Can this older kamado handle high heat or are they prone to cracking? Here is the desctiption... Large (#7) Kamado Ceramic Grill Smoker with 2 grates (23" and a second smaller), lower bracket for holding the smaller grate or a heat deflector below the main grate, upper bracket for holding the smaller grate above the main grate, gas attachment - great for starting charcoal. Great for grilling, smoking, low and slow. $500 OBO. Attached is the picture, there are no cracks in the ceramic Thank you for your opinions/ comments
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