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Unread 11-14-2011, 09:48 AM   #63
LuvDbbq
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Originally Posted by {Midnight ☼ Smoke} View Post
To be honest the Kamado has become more of a conversation piece, it is over 50 years old. I have not done any serious cooking on it, I have to many other cooker's to choose from.

Sorry for the lack of report on the repairs.
Thanks for the reply. The guy I bought it from used it regularly. I am hoping to too. I am just trying to find out what repairs worked the best.
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