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    I bought this chimney 10 to 12 years ago, just realized the other day how bad it looked next to my newer chimney, got me wondering how long can they go and bad can they get before you toss em??? So let’s see those ugly rough charcoal chimney starters!!! Click image for larger version

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    #2
    With the Performer that has gas assist I didn't use a chimney until recently.

    But THAT one has seen some use!

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      #3
      My mini chimney starter is not in to bad of condition but the handle seen better days for sure
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        #4
        I used a section of stovepipe for years.

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          #5
          Another "gotcha" subject title as I was expecting to see some dude with a chimney sweep brush with soot all over ala Dick Van Dyke in "Mary Poppins".

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          • marshall
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            Lol!

          #6
          I made sure I got my money's worth. Used it right up until the bottom fell out.

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          • Mosca
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            This is the winner.

          • marshall
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            Well I got another 10 years in my beauty then ! 😂

          • Clark
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            holehogg I'm not reading any further. You win!!!

          #7
          I’ve had this one about 6 yrs. First one a dozen until a rivet popped. Click image for larger version

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            #8
            No chimney on my pellet grill, I just press start and wait 15 minutes. Then it is good to go.
            No chimney on my little portable gasser.
            I must be missing all the chimney fun.

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              #9
              I would show a photo but it is currently over at the car wash going for its monthly detailing. Nothing like that new chimney look. 🙂

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              • Panhead John
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                Don’t forget the wax.

              • Mr. Bones
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                Lol! An, that New Chimley Smell, what they sprays it down with, when done, Don!

              #10
              People…..they’re $15.
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              • Andrrr
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                Yeah but the shipping is what kills ya...

              • Mr. Bones
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                Plus, th APR can be deterrin, Brother...

              • HouseHomey
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                That’s 2 hours out of my paycheck.

              #11
              Not terrible, but got some wear. Still work
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