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Unread 04-07-2009, 11:04 AM   #2
chad
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Bro, you've got a tough call to make.

$5K will get you a variety of cookers, but a lot depends on how much volume you need as well as how you want to cook.

I got my Kingfisher rotisserie stick-burner for under $5K delivered to FL. You can also get a FEC100 for under $5K. The large Spicewine falls into that category.

If you need mobility with a cooker on its own trailer or axle, well things get more problematic.

Check out Spice's site for an idea or two.

Also look at http://www.kck.com/kingfisher_kookers_specials for Kingfisher cookers - Bob treated me right when I ordered mine.

Also look at http://brittsbarbecue.com/html/jack_...h_cookers.html for additional ideas.

The Lang cookers give a lot of volume and portability.

Most fabricators can put any of their cookers on an axle or trailer.
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