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Hi all, I've got a Kamado Joe Classic 3 and I'm moving from Ohio to Texas. We're using u-boxes from U-Haul to ship our items and I fear it will break if I put it in one of those even with padding and the T&C on the insurance you can buy is very sketch. Anyone have any idea of how much it would cost to ship a Classic 3 by freight or cheap slow method? I could rent a larger SUV or Van but that will cost me $600. I do have a crew-cab truck that I might get checked out to see if it's worthy/safe to drive to Texas but I'm worried about putting it in the bed for the 21 hour driv
Hi all, so after less than a year on my Akorn, I made the leap and now have a Kamado Joe Classic! Haven't done any cooking on it yet, as I didn't get it onto my back patio until last night around 9:15, but will remedy that tonight! I put this post at the end of my last one full of 20 questions about how to move one of these things, and thought I'd create it as a thread of its own, in case there are (probably will be) any other people in my situation who want input on whether it will fit in their vehicle or not, specifically to those with a 2010 Subaru Outback or newer. Measured my rig's int
I'm going on vacation at the end of August, and if I get it cleared with the condo I'm staying in I'd like to take the Akorn with me. We'll be down in the gulf, so I'd like to give some fresh seafood a try on this thing. I don't see what it could hurt, but just in case, is traveling ~10 hours strapped in the back of my truck a danger to the Akorn? I'd also like to take it to Razorback tailgates, so this will be good to know for that, too.