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    Hello everyone. Kephen here. I live in milwaukee wi. Grew up in the northwoods of wisconsin.
    I am a fabricator / welder and work as a tool maker making vibratory feeder systems for the products my employer makes.
    I mostly used a 22'' weber kettle and just finished building a 55 Gal UDS. Did my first 9# butt last weekend turned out great thanks to this site.

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    Welcome Kephen

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      Welcome to the Pit!

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        Welcome to The Pit Kephen! Thanks for joining up with us. Congrats on the successful pork butt. There's plenty more good food in your future!

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        Hope to hear & see more from you!

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          Welcome! Start making something like a Jambo at half the price and I bet more than few people here would call you up.

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            Excellent! Welcome to the Pit, Kephen. My Dad's side of the family was from Milwaukee. I may still have some cousins up in the area. Do you have an Slow n Sear for your kettle? If not, I highly recommend it as the top accessory for a Weber 22. One rule of the pit: if you talk about your cooks, you must post pictures! 😎

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              Kephen - we;come to The Pit and welcome to The Obsession.

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                Welcome to the pit Kephen, enjoy the Wikipedia of BBQ.

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                  Welcome to the Pit! I would guess your metal skills would make it possible to create your own grill add ons.

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                    Welcome aboard, Kephen!

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                      Kephen, Welcome to The Pit! You are New in the BBQ Univ.! Thunder77 is Right you do need an S 'n S for Your Weber if you don't have One! If for no other reason as welder/fabricator You will appreciate the craftsmanship of the S 'n S! I don't have a dog in the hunt, other than owning One!
                      Eat Well and Prosper! From Fargo ND, Dan

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                        Welcome to The Pit Kephen! We're glad you're here.

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                          Welcome to The Pit Kephen .

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