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Unread 04-10-2013, 06:46 AM   #6
TIMMAY
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Originally Posted by martyleach View Post
I wouldn't drill any hole. Get a Maverick ET 732 and feed the probes down through the vent or between the lid and kettle. Read your turkey temp and pit temp wirelessly.
Amazon.com: Maverick Wireless BBQ Thermometer Set - Maverick ET732: Home & Kitchen

YES!!!! Save a few more bucks up, get a 732. Waaayy more versatile than a plain jane thermometer. My 732 makes me really happy. And I too cook on a kettle. I cut a small notch in the edge of the lid so the wires do not pinch. I use a bread twisty tie to keep the wires together at that spot too so you dont have to hold the wires together when yo take the lid on and off.
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