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  1. Hi, John. I received the cordless version in the mail. Same issue as the one you ordered. The brackets aren't quite wide enough and provide enough depth of the bracket to slide over the JoeTisserie bracket. Bummer. I guess I'll go with plan B, the paver route.
  2. Thanks for doing that LargeRedJoe. If my backup motor doesnt work im going to go the paver route. I appreciate it.
  3. I did cook a chicken last night - first cook on the rotisserie. Turned out nice. Went with a simple lemon pepper rub.
  4. Thanks for the information. I might need a bit more than an inch in height to clear the countertop. What's the height of the paver you have? I'd go with 14 x 14 for sure as I have the space there...thank you for that tip!
  5. That's a bummer. Why did you order it, if you don't mind me asking? I ordered the cordless version 4PM04, understanding that it is rated to cook an estimated 25lbs. I picked it up on sale for a bit more than $20, so it won't kill me if it doesn't work out. I figured if this smaller motor works good enough, then I could move the Big Joe for the heavier rotisserie cooks if needed until I pick up some pavers or something. I'm not sure how I'll get the Big Joe up on the pavers, but I guess I'll figure it out. The Big Joe was easy to slide on the granite, so I could do that if I wanted, but I prefer not.
  6. I found the specs of the One Grill model 4PM05. Same depth of the KJ motor for the Big Joe...2 1/2".
  7. I do have an interest in the One Grill Universal Cordless Battery Operated motor WITH AC Electric Adaptor. That might be low profile enough to work. It's about $30. I'd like to go with the more popular One Grill 13watt 50 lb load, but I don't know if that profile is that much smaller than the KJ motor I have. If anyone has the One Grill model 4PM05, could you measure it please?
  8. I don't know that the big green egg table nest would give me the heigh needed compared to the 3 legs I have now. I'm leaning towards grabbing some squares of some sort. Any specific type square that I should look for at Home Depot/Lowes?
  9. Good morning. I dont know know how I could mount it with the cord up top as the spit rod would then prevent the lid from closing. I looked at the One Grill motors but they appear to be just as wide. I wonder though if the model I saw online could be installed upside down and work with the joetisserie. I might take a drive drive to the granite store to see if I could get my hands on some scrap granite. Mbellot - that looks identical to the granite that I have!
  10. I thought of that and while I would like for it to look nice, the granite to match may cost more than I'd want to spend. Decisions, decisions.
  11. I have my Big Joe installed in an outdoor kitchen along with my Joe Jr. As such, I wasn't thinking of the height of the big joe joetisserie when working with the builder. The motor installs further down than I was hoping. I moved the Big Joe over to the right quite a bit to see if the motor would install but now I'm concnerned that the right side of the Big joe is too close to the granite side and countertop. Thoughts? Having the big joe off-center may drive me crazy when not cooking something with the joetisserie. I think I have a problem .
  12. I love reading your cooking posts. Love them. Thank you for sharing! The food looks absolutely killer.
  13. I ran with it for my brisket cook today. I smoked a 10 pounder, but failed to take one picture! I put it on at 1am last night, and pulled it around 3:30pm this afternoon. I had to foil it, was hoping I wouldn't have to but got nervous with the time. I pulled it probe tender at around 201. Turned out nice, but I am tired...and very full!!!!
  14. I have some RunninWild Brisket Rub that I have in my pantry that I know I purchased more than a year ago. I also found a Honey Barbecue rub from RunninWild. Does anyone know the shelf life of these products? Thanks!
  15. I was thinking of doing the same. I picked up a brisket yesterday and have been thinking of how/when to throw down a rack or two of ribs. We are having some friends over Sunday, so I'll get the brisket going Saturday night I suppose. I'm also going with the Dutch's wicked baked beans recipe - always do when I prepare BBQ. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  16. I received my replacement firebox a week ago but had been cooking on a cracked firebox for a long time and figured I'd go ahead and do the swap. The splits between sections after installation are a bit larger on my Big Joe. Perhaps I didn't install it quite right, but I don't know how else to go about it! I cooked on it last night, and it did what it needed to do, so I'm not complaining. I do have the Kick Ash Basket as well. Those pieces are fairly heavy - surprised. All the best and happy cooking everyone!
  17. Cast iron prepared chicken breast with turkey sausage.
  18. Same here. I have a pizza stone, and then I have the half moon heat deflectors. I don't bother wrapping them, however, if I'm cooking something that's a bit messy, I might slide a tin tray underneath the cooking surface (sits on the heat deflectors). All the best!
  19. Hi, prowe. I was born and raised in Baton Rouge, and miss it greatly. I've been in Houston for nearly 20 years now, but am certainly able to visit friends and family! Mass. is a LONG way from Louisiana, and the climate may be a touch different too! Thank you for the compliment on the patio. CC - if anything this post should at the very least be moved to the Cooler. Just my opinion. I contributed to it, so my apologies!
  20. I purchased my outdoor kitchen doors and sink/faucet from bbqguys in 2016. Arrived perfectly. I was surprised to find out that their storefront is located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. While visiting my mother around Christmas in 2016, I decided to visit the store and walk around. What a store!!!! At any rate, we recently ordered some patio furniture from them. The delivery took a bit longer than expected, but not by more than a week. One piece is on backorder but they called/sent an email to see if I wanted them to ship what was in stock. So far, so good from my experiences, however, the items we purchased aren't as fragile as a Kamado Joe. Hopefully your Joetisserie issue will be resolved soon somehow. Perhaps ask them for the fedex account number and drop off at a FedEx location?
  21. I don't agree with trashing people on this forum, especially by name, but I do understand your frustration. Have things been solved?
  22. I agree with you guys. I already have the cast iron half moon insert. I don't see a need for a soapstone. Now if I didn't already have the cast iron, I'd think about it! As to the cook, benniesdad, that looks great! Thanks for sharing!
  23. Thanks Jayhawk. Living down south in Texas, My son has been swimming for several weeks. Too cold for me but it won't be much longer. Rwalters, do you have a rendering of what it will look like when all done? So exciting!!!!!
  24. Ha! Yeah, perhaps so. Now I'm broke :). My favorite part is the pergola/kitchen area though. The pool is for my son, his friends and wife. Is this your first pool build? It was ours. A bit stressful at times, but in the end, I can't complain.
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