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Unread 11-21-2013, 09:55 PM   #15
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They are top heavy, so be careful. I transport them frequently. If the sides of your trailer are at least 24", secure it to one side of the trailer. Position it so that the door opens toward the side of the trailer. Use two straps, one around the supports of the counter weight and the other at the height of the door handle. Put something between the smoker and the trailer so it doesn't get scratched. If your trailer has short sides, I would lay the smoker on its back, after taking all the inside parts out( fire pot grate, diffuser plate, upper and lower shelves), on top of a moving blanket or two. Then strap it down so it doesn't move. Send me a PM if you have other questions. Tom
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