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    Bbq a Bolivia

    Sending this bad boy to Boliva. That scale is in Kilos not nambi pambi lbs. (500lbs to those numerically challenged).
    Chef in Santa Cruz Bolivia ordered it, so I built him one in 1/4" steel. Heres some other pics of pits I have been delivering locally in Buenos Aires and my new brand name btw.
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    Last edited by Ahumadora; August 29, 2020, 01:52 AM.

    #2
    Is that your new logo Ahumadora ?

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    • Ahumadora
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      Yep. Finalized it this week.

    • Dewesq55
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      Nice! Good luck with the new venture.

    • smokin fool
      smokin fool commented
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      Cool play on words, like it.
      Yes, good luck with this

    #3
    Cool cookers! Logo? Bravo!

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      #4
      That’s really nice,like the logo too! Good luck to u. U don’t need luck, ur work is too good to worry about luck

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        #5
        Beautiful cookers! Looking forward to a post covid world when you invite all us pit members to Argentina for a Que confab.

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        • Ahumadora
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          Mexico is less of a walk.

        #6
        Looks like you off to a great start. Quality products always ensure success.
        Hope the partner thing is sorted and behind you, so your energy can be channelled where it counts.
        Nice logo Sir. I like it a lot.

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        • Ahumadora
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          Slowly gettin it sorted.

        #7
        . Here's a vid from my Mexico location. Sorry about the quality. Fernando is a welder, not camera man. A pilot (ironically flies directly over the shop each day bought a pit yesterday)
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        • HawkerXP
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          I hope you charged him double! LoL! Congrats!

        • Donw
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          Very impressive. The background sounds of a busy shop should make you happy. Glad the MX operation is progressing well for you.

        #8
        Impressive

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          #9
          Your efforts ensure a fascinating life.

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            #10
            Nice stuff! Thanks for including nambi pambi pounds for me, I am numerically challenged! Ha, not really, have to convert lbs to kg at work. Sometimes even numbers that high with some folks.

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              #11
              Thanks for sharing. Nice work! Like the logo.

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                #12
                A few pics from one of my shops in Argentina today. Anyone want to buy a container load of bbq pits?
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                • ofelles
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                  Damn!!

                • fzxdoc
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                  Amazing.

                  K.

                #13
                Man, when will these be available in IL?

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                • Ahumadora
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                  I can do a deal on a 40' full of pits.

                • IFindZeroBadCooks
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                  I am sure. I just need to find 20 new buddies...

                #14
                In theory though , if we got x number of commitments from folks here in the US, would it work on shipping a container? I wonder if we could get enough fellow Pitmasters to buy in.
                Last edited by IFindZeroBadCooks; August 29, 2020, 07:13 PM.

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                • Ahumadora
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                  Most of the pits I have ready here are 250 + gallons. Haven't been selling many big pits this year with covid.

                • IFindZeroBadCooks
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                  Ahh well. Fingers crossed for ya then!!

                #15
                I like the offset variation with the firebox under the cook chamber -- more efficient. 👍

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