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Unread 05-27-2013, 11:02 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by MAsQue View Post
I own one of these:

http://www.acemart.com/prod6123.html...FQyg4AodHS8AKg

and it's sturdy as hell and works fine. I find only two problems with it: moving the grill to add more charcoal is a bit of an unwieldy operation, and while the unit is easily movable when the wheels are on it (and the wheels do go on and off easily, btw), I have a small truck and need to take the wheels off to load the grill into the cargo space, once the wheels are off, the weight of the thing makes loading and unloading it difficult for one person.
I was hoping someone would have something like yours...thanks for the honest review. I hate to waste money on something that is going to tear my back up setting up. They do look like very nice grills though.
I also saw this model, but I'm worried about longevity.

http://www.akitchen.com/store/RMC-be...FegWMgodwGUAwQ
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