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later4ya

My Costco Demo Deal

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Get there early , I think you will really like the JR for those small cook's , good luck , and nothing like having all 3 to show off even thou most people will think your nuts!!!


I think I would love to have all 3. Gonna sell off a few of my Weber's too so I don't feel so guilty. Lol.


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Roadshow is in my neck of the woods this weekend and next (2 different Costco's)...will probably go look at them and atleast pick up some lump...tempted to return/exchange the PittBoss I purchased in April though...don't know if I feel like spending the extra money though. The PB has been just fine for me. 

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