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    Wanted: KBQ C-60

    Anyone around the Carolinas area have a used C-60 they're willing to let go? Not opposed to buying new, but if someone has one they're not using and are looking to move it, I'd be interested. Thanks!

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      I would also be willing to take a KBQ off some ones hands ­čśé

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        Just bringing this to the top. Willing to drive a good bit from the Carolinas if someone is interested in letting one go...thanks!

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          Just bringing this to the top again. Willing to drive a good bit from the Carolinas/TN/VA area if someone is interested in letting one go...thanks!

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            The C-60 just went up $200 this week. Hope you find one.

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              Hopefully you find one soon. They are great smokers. I made about 50 lbs for a party last weekend, out in Utah. It was amazing.

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                Originally posted by TripleB View Post
                The C-60 just went up $200 this week. Hope you find one.
                Yeah, I noticed that it had gone up. Understand the price of materials is crazy right now, so it's my fault for just not getting it sooner. Figure I'll pull the trigger and just buy one outright here at some point-been wanting one too long to let cost get in the way.

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                  Originally posted by Spinaker View Post
                  Hopefully you find one soon. They are great smokers. I made about 50 lbs for a party last weekend, out in Utah. It was amazing.
                  Hope so soon as well. Everything I've read here from users makes me believe it's a solid choice all around. 50 lbs is a lot of q! Sounds like a great party to be at, IMO.

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                  • Spinaker
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                    Yeah, it is amazing how much food you can kick outta that thing.

                  • Chiller Phil
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                    Yes, C-60 denotes a "Cook box" capacity of 60#.

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                  Just bringing this to the top again. Willing to drive a good bit from the Carolinas/TN/VA area if someone is interested in letting one go...thanks!

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                  • Sid P
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                    twelvexs I admire your patience. I started looking for one in April, but gave up in September and bought a new one. Good luck!

                  • twelvexs
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                    Sid P you're likely right, I'll just have to bite the bullet!

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