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zacjones99

Kamado BigJoetisserie and other BigJoe accessories

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Moving in another direction -- just bought a KBQ C-60.  Time to let go of all my BigJoe accessories, including the BigJoetisserie with 2 Napoleon kabob rotisserie racks.  One of the kabob racks is BNIB, the other one used only once.  Also up for sale is the Big Joe Grill Extender, well seasoned, probably used 20-30 times.  And last but not least, a kick ash basket for the BigJoe, only used for a couple months, maybe 10 cooks.

 

BigJoeTisserie with kabob racks:  $200 plus shipping ($340 new).

BigJoe Grill Extender : $50 plus shipping ($95 new)

Kick Ash Basket.  $50 plus shipping.  ($90 new)

 

Thanks for looking!

 

 

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