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42" Serious Big Bad Komodo Kamado - unboxing

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Nope unfortunately this is not my KK. The 42" KK is now in production and this is the first one that has surfaced. The owner was kind enough to give me permission to post these pictures on the Guru because I knew you all would love to see them. I'll let the pictures speak for themselves. 

 

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Wow kind of leaves you speechless. 

 

 

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1 minute ago, keeperovdeflame said:

I am thinking a whole Hog for a first cook.Anything short of that would be under kill. Just Saying. How much does that sucker weigh, and did you have to reinforce the deck it is sitting on. ?

 

Dennis estimates it is over 1500 lbs. Reinforcement would most likely be needed. Don't think the owner is on this forum to answer directly. 

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3 minutes ago, jrow17 said:

Wow!!! Just out of curiosity, do you know how much that costs?

 

I never asked and I'm not sure if they are up on the website yet. Definitely in full production. I think Dennis said he's already sold 5 or so. 

 

 

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