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Unread 05-27-2013, 12:05 PM   #8
nucornhusker
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Originally Posted by smokeworker View Post
wow are those nice. I would love to have one of those, but I am thinking it better be more portable. I set up most of the time by myself for events. I don't like to make my helpers(family) work the 12-14 hour days I do for events. I need something I can set up and be ready in a few minutes. kinda like this:

http://www.equippers.com//Adcraft-St...-60W/CG-60.asp

I just wonder if these things hold up like a yoder.....doubt it
If you want it easier to move I'm sure they could modify it and put pneumatic wheels on it like the comp carts (the charcoal grill doesn't have a comp cart option that I am aware of), those wheels make their cookers very easy to move around. Or they do have this option...







If you did a 5' grill I imagine it would go parallel with the trailer like their smokers, not perpendicular like above, but that's just a guess.
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