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  • ecowper
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    Razor The two greatest things about the Hasty-Bake is the amount of grill space and the flexibility from direct high heat to 325F roasting to 225F low and slow

  • Razor
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    I’ve been entertaining the thought, If I ever got another charcoal grill what would it be? I think HB would be it. I love my Performer Deluxe, but sometimes wish I had a little more space to cook. Space is extremely limited when cooking indirect on my kettle.

  • ecowper
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    Razor I totally love the grill grates. With nothing but the regular HB grates, I could achieve 750F with lump charcoal at the grate for searing. With the Grill Grates I can get over 900F

  • Razor
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    I have them for my Weber kettle. Have to admit shortly after I first purchased them I had a little buyers remorse, however once I started learning how to really use them I use them all of the time.

  • ecowper
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    Razor no aftermarket kits that I know of. I just bought lavalock for mine. Also bought a set of grill grates for the direct half of the grill space.

  • Razor
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    Are there aftermarket kits for this or do you just need something like this stuff? https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
    Need to know for when I win mine in the monthly giveaway. 😉

  • ecowper
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    leol2 ..... I absolutely love mine. Have had it for 10 years now. It’s a beast. Like I said earlier, you will want to seal the door better, for sure. Happy to give input any time

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  • leol2
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    I was leaning hasty bake, now I’m sold. Ordering this week. Thanks to all that reponded

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  • ecowper
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    If this helps ..... here’s my current cook, a rib roast on my Hasty-Bake. Using lump charcoal ..... it’s running rock steady at 250F give or take a couple degrees :-)

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  • ecowper
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    But will there be a rodeo?

  • HawkerXP
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    Get them both! Better yet, get them all! Wait. I think I'm going all FireMan here and my last few posts.

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  • au4stree
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    If given the choice between a KJ Classic and a Hasty Bake, I’d go Hasty Bake because capacity & ability to cook anything.

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  • leol2
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    thanks for the replies

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  • LA Pork Butt
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    I’ll second that. Capacity needs can help you decide. It would appear this is a MCS purpose, since it appears you have cookers that can do everything you do.

  • RonB
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    Knowing how many people you might wind up cookin' for should make the decision easier. I don't have either, but I think the Hasty Bake has more capacity.

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