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On 3/21/2019 at 5:35 PM, Stile 88 said:

 

It was an experiment for me to see what pellet grills were about.

 

After testing it out, and reading about other pellet grills, so far,  I figure I got what I paid for-a worthy product to try out for a reasonable price.

 

"You get what you pay for" prevails. Rec Tec makes a fine product and are genuinely all 

about their products. I would venture to say buying Rec Tec is good.

 

Lots of talk on the forum about Traeger. These guys are passionate and really like Traeger. I feel they are a great source on Traeger. Maybe next time for me-doubtful as I am still all about my KJ.

 

M.

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