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Blazin Grill Works Grid Iron has arrived

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    Blazin Grill Works Grid Iron has arrived

    First things first, dang this thing is big. Total shipping weight = 331 lbs! Partial disassembly required for my wife and I to be able to lift it off of the pallet. Assembly is not too difficult except for lifting it. Well finished and stout. I'll get some pics and more info as I get going with it (had to work today) and post it up soon.

    Congrats! Can't wait for the pics.


      Boom!!!! Can't wait to see the pics and hear what you think.


        I emailed them about the weight since I really need it in the back of my truck to be able to back up to the deck.

        Too bad I'm not still deer hunting in southeast NE, I could just accidentily swing by and pick one up.

        Pics, pics......pics!!!


        • Nate
          Nate commented
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          Hey could you pick one up for me too and detour to Indiana and drop it off?

        • Jerod Broussard
          Jerod Broussard commented
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          Nate I'll send you the crate to lighten my load....

        Awesome! Congratulations. Looking forward to the pictures.


          Let the fun begin ! Congratulations and here's to many successful smokes in your future.


            Very cool cant wait to see it.


              Congrats on the new hunk o' steel.


                Lookin' forward to yer pics!
                Congrats on th' New Arrival, may it make fer many thousands of great cooks!
                At 331 lbs, she's jus' a wee, lil', dainty thing!


                  I'm in for pics!


                    Must be a heck of a grill. Seems he's too busy playing with his new toy to show us pics and give us a review.


                      Working on a detailed write up. Haven't been cooking as much as I like these days due to work.


                        She must be in swaddling clothes.


                          I may have to check Blazin Grills out. I'm just down the road from them!


                          • Craigar
                            Craigar commented
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                            They are hefty. There's a reason for the counterweight on the lid. I have yet to use one, but I have kicked the tires a couple of times. If I ever decide to go with pellets, this baby is at the top of my list.


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