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Unread 01-09-2013, 10:27 AM   #6
moyo25
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Yes I would highly recommend the PrimoXL. I bought mine on craigslist so I certainly didn't spend what it would cost new but have been very pleased thus far. Temperatures stay rocksolid once I get it set and has been very reliable. I'm to the phase now where I'm trying different types of lump to see what I like best. I get all my excessories at the BBQ-Equipment store and haven't had to deal with the warranty obviously because I'm not the original owner. If a tornado came and swept mine away I would buy it again.
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