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    Hello, my names Mike. I joined the pitmaster club today after ordering a large amount of grilling equipment. Within the next few weeks I'll have a brand new weber kettle 22" fully equipped with a Slow 'n' Sear, drip 'n' griddle, elevated cooking grate, and easy spin grill grate (all from snsgrills.com). It may not be a pro setup, but I'm very excited about it after cooking on the 10 year old Walmart gas grill all these years. Here's hoping my first charcoal experience goes well!

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    Welcome from Virginia!

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    • Smiwy
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      Thanks David!

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    Greetings from South Africa

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    • Smiwy
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      South Africa??? Who knew? Thanks holehogg

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    Welcome from Minnesota. Enjoy The Pit and your New Weber set up!

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    • Smiwy
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      Thanks Skip, looking forward to it!

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    Welcome from Maryland

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    • Smiwy
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      Thanks a lot Don. Hoping to get invested!

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    With that array of equipment you are complete fer anything, anyhow, any what! Charcoally speakin you hit it out of the park. Congrats, welcome, eat good & have fun!

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      Thanks fireman!! I was hoping so. Charcoally speaking, lets get this party started!

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    Welcome from TN. Great to have you. Get ready for some good eating

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    • Smiwy
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      Oh yeah, ready for my first brisket! Thanks klflowers.

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    Salutations from Hays, Kansas!

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    • Smiwy
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      Thanks Sweaty Paul. I'm hopin to get sweaty this summer too over my new weber.

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    Good luck and welcome from SC!

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    • Smiwy
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      Alright, thanks Blues1, always appreciate a good greeting!

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    Welcome to The Pit Mike. Ya don't need pro gear to get pro results. You will do just fine with what you have. Questions? Just ask away.

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    • Smiwy
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      That's great Ron. Comments like these are exactly why I joined the pit.

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    Welcome to the Pit! Yes, as stated, you have now what it takes. I'll never be without a Weber kettle and the rest only make it better!

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    • Smiwy
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      Hawker - That's exactly what I thought. It seems like the original kettle is a mainstay, especially since there's an entire company (sns) devoted to it's accessories!!!

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      First thing I suggest is to make marks on your ash sweeper where the vents are full open and closed. Once you load it up with the SnS and meat you'll not be able to see the vents. I also added a third mark where I found my kettle ran around 225* to 250* for those low n slow cooks.

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      Thanks for the info! Will do

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    Welcome from south Texas! Relax, it’ll be fun with all its ups and downs. Enjoy learning with the rest of us.

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    • Smiwy
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      Tanks Larry. I've had plenty of downs!! (Especially with pork...). Thanks for the warm welcome!

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    Welcome to the Pit from Dallas! With your equipment you can produce good Q.

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    • Smiwy
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      Thanks LA pork butt! I was hoping it would. Temp control was my biggest problem with my old gas grill!

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    Greetings from Florida and Welcome!!!

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    • Smiwy
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      Thank you!

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    Welcome from the California Delta. Ya did good and you'll enjoy for many years.

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    • Smiwy
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      Thanks ofelles! I'm glad I have your endorsement. I was starting to think I might get buyers remorse...

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