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Old 03-25-2018, 10:16 PM   #31
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Yes standard patio 24/42 with warming box. The cooker is awesome cook on it once a week year round. The fire box is non insulated no problem in winter. Just make sure the tongue is long enough so it won't hinder turning. Also if it's to short their wont be enough leverage to lift onto Ball cooker is very heavy.

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Old 03-26-2018, 08:14 AM   #32
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Hey rebelleader, I just got an initial order in a couple of months ago. Similar setup as yours, 24x50 patio model, no elevated cabinet, warmer, hip roof on chamber and warmer,... Initial order is for custom golf cart wheels on back and standard pneumatic on front, no wagon wheel style, just standard handle. Hoping this is a bit easier to move around. I agree it might not look quite as good but is a good compromise. I’m with ya on the aesthetics thing for sure!
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Old 03-26-2018, 01:42 PM   #33
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Yes standard patio 24/42 with warming box. The cooker is awesome cook on it once a week year round. The fire box is non insulated no problem in winter. Just make sure the tongue is long enough so it won't hinder turning. Also if it's to short their wont be enough leverage to lift onto Ball cooker is very heavy.

Thanks Scott
Any chance you can post up a few pics to showcase this option?
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