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    Big Joe III question

    We are getting ready to build a summer kitchen and I am going to order a Big Joe III for it. I'm wondering, if I order the one on the stand can the stand just be removed for the Joe III to go into the counter when I know how I want to configure the layout of the counters and cookers?

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    I have the Big Joe II. The cooler just lifts out of the stand. I believe you can order it without a stand. You would need to get the “feet” to go under it. Had a question about removing the side tables. Looks like they just unbolt.
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      Thank you, Texas Larry. I kind of want to live with the cookers and see what my preferences are for positioning before I build any counters, so I'll need the stand for a bit. Someone told me that the Joe gets really hot to the touch on the outside when cooking. Is that the case?

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    hoovarmin my Joe can get very warm if heated to a high temp for pizzas just like a metal cooker. I wouldn’t worry about a table mount if properly vented/spaced. You need the ceramic dome to be heat soaked to cook properly. Normal cooking temps up to 400 or so you can hold your hand on it for a few seconds.
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      Thanks, Texas Larry. I kind of figured the guy who told me that was aiming for a commission off a Green Egg. When you price out the Joe with everything that comes with it and compare what you pay to what you'd pay for an Egg with the add-ons it comes out pretty much the same. Given that, and the innovations that the Kamado Joe Co has added, I'm solidly confident going with the Joe III.

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