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    #16
    Welcome from south Texas!

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      #17
      Welcome from Virginia. Do not have a Spirit but have had a number of Weber gassers over the years. You can’t go wrong.

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        #18
        Well, I’m here to break the bad news. About your grill, that’s good & solid, Max says so & many members. It’s about the trial membership. It’s all a ruese, a come on, tryin to pull the wool over yer eyes, a two step, shenanigans my friend. Ya see they want another 24 & change to sign up, that’s when they got ya. It could cost ya thousands, maybe more, cuz you’ll be hooked. You’ll be a grillin/smokin fiend with sauce drippin on yer shirt. If this is the life you want to settle for, well, welcome aboard, eat good & have fun! 🕶

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          #19
          Welcome from South Louisiana!

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            #20
            Howdy from Kansas Territory, Welcome to Th Pit!
            Lookin forward to learnin along with, an from ya!

            Sorry, I don't know doodly squat bout no gas cookers, but I unnerstand that Weber makes some jim dandy ones...

            Plenty of folks, hereabouts, has one, an I reckon they'll share their experience, an wisdom with ya, here, directly.

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              #21
              Welcome from Winnipeg.

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                #22
                Salutations from Hays, Kansas! This is the best and most helpful forum I’ve found on any topic. The reviews are awesome and everyone wants you to be successful.

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                  #23
                  Welcome to the Pit!

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                    #24
                    Welcome from Central Florida. I only have 5 Webers and I’m pretty sure I need another one. What RickyBobby said about MCS. I have a Genesis II 410. Love it for rotisserie cooking chicken and rib roast, roasting veggies. I use my cast iron on it a lot. Have fun.

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                      #25
                      I have a Weber Spirit 210. I cooked some fish on it last night.

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                      I also have a rotisserie for it.

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                      You have a capable little grill. You're going to like it.
                      Last edited by Attjack; June 10, 2019, 11:55 AM.

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                        #26
                        Welcome from TN. Got a few Webers, but no gassers, so as usual I am of no help. Drop the trial and just come on in and join the fun

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