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    yeeeeeaah buddy!

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    Last edited by Ernest; August 9, 2017, 02:50 PM.

    #2
    NICE. Can't wait to see this in action!

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      #3
      I wanted this thing really really bad. Met Bill at his "factory".
      Last edited by Ernest; August 31, 2015, 08:35 AM.

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      • Jeff_Carley
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        me too. just couldn't talk the wife into indulging this NCS need

      #4
      That a robot? Lol

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        #5
        Awesome, Ernest! Can't wait to hear your review of it! I like the whole engineering approach to BBQ. Great buy!

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        #6
        AWESOME!!!!!!!

        I am jealous a little LOL

        OK he posted that about 1:30pm his time... he will prolly have 4 main course meals cooked by 5:30

        hahahahaha!

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        • Breadhead
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          With outstanding pictures too.

        #7
        HAHAHA smarkley we're under rain threat.

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          #8
          What is THAT Ernest an ice cream maker?

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            #9
            This is what I get for joining the real Que gang? DWCowles LOL. I'm about to fire it up

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            • DWCowles
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              What flavor of ice cream you going to make Ernest

            • Ernest
              Ernest commented
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              I got hickory wood and pecan

            • DWCowles
              DWCowles commented
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              Ernest that will work!

            #10
            Its for stickburner fans who have too much free time during their cooks.

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            • Drbearsec
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              Yeah but honestly, it really lets me enjoy the cook. Hell sometimes I take my laptop outside and work from the patio table while loading logs.... Love it.

            #11
            Let Us know how long the learning curve is! Congratulations, Dan

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            • Ernest
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              There's none. Too easy

            #12
            That's a beauty but too high tech for me. My rig is made from two Old Smokies. I build a fire (mostly dead-fall and storm-downed limbs from the oak and pecan trees in my and my neighbors' yards) in the lower half of the medium-sized one and then put the large one on top of it, with the hole in the bottom open, of course. I monitor the smoke chamber temp with a regular grill or smoker thermometer in the top hole and the meat temp with an external digital thermometer. It ain't fancy, but it works. If I need to add more wood, I can take the smoke chamber off without opening it up and jut add the wood to the "firebox."

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            • morganjim
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              Pics ! Pics !

            #13
            Where will you source those itty bitty logs? Looks like a fun toy! Enjoy!

            Kathryn

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            • Ernest
              Ernest commented
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              fzxdoc Did chicken with large chunks, about 6 inches long, worked out perfectly.

            • fzxdoc
              fzxdoc commented
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              Good to know, @Ernest.
              K.

            • silver taco
              silver taco commented
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              I take regular logs and slice with a miter saw. I then split them with the Kindling Cracker XL.

            #14
            I didn't find the small logs so I'm using regular sized logs. Got a few that fit pretty well.

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            • Drbearsec
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              Buy the Alligator Lopper... THing works fantastic!

            • Ernest
              Ernest commented
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              Drbearsec I saw that on amazon but I had already picked up a small chainsaw from home depot.

            • Butchman
              Butchman commented
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              The more I read and learn about the kbq the more I want one! Congrats to you, please post lots of pics!

            #15
            Whip me up something nice! Congrats!

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