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Unread 03-15-2005, 08:12 PM   #136
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Those slabs of ribs look tiny.

They even look boneless from this angle.
Those arn't ribs, they're flatties. How long do you cook a flatties Phil?

No need for 3-2-1 I'm sure.

And just what the fark is a shell steak? Ya get those at a Shell station I suppose?

Shell Steak, NY Strip, KC Strip. All the same. The same cut thats on the big side of a Porterhouse. Thats whats in the above pic.. 6 shell steaks. I dint make no stinkin ribs today.. just bacon, steaks and fatties and a couple boobs.
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Unread 03-15-2005, 08:32 PM   #137
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That thing is impossibly cool.

What are the dimensions?

cooking chamber is 26x26 square 48 inches high. 7 inches clearance between each shelf. 676 sq inch per shelf, 4056 sq inchs total cooking area. Bottom shelf can be interchanged with a water pan, a food grate or a coal grate. Bottom of the cook chamber is 26inch pipe. firebox is 26x26 square 20inchs high, with 3 height adjustments for grilling. .


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Unread 03-15-2005, 08:44 PM   #138
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The firebox is lower & heavier. Seems like a good thing.

That thing has a small footprint for such an amazing capacity.
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Unread 03-15-2005, 09:26 PM   #139
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Those slabs of ribs look tiny.

They even look boneless from this angle.
Those arn't ribs, they're flatties. How long do you cook a flatties Phil?

No need for 3-2-1 I'm sure.

And just what the fark is a shell steak? Ya get those at a Shell station I suppose?

Shell Steak, NY Strip, KC Strip. All the same. The same cut thats on the big side of a Porterhouse. Thats whats in the above pic.. 6 shell steaks. I dint make no stinkin ribs today.. just bacon, steaks and fatties and a couple boobs.
Phil, don't call them bacon, they're flatties...they are what you eat while you are waiting for your fatties to finish cooking. (think of them as prefatties)
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Unread 03-15-2005, 09:33 PM   #140
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oh sheet.... I didnt even read that right... Yup.. they be flatties.:) and i ate a whole boatload of em.. one at a time. :)
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lol@ flatties

& lol@ Phil cooking half the animals on Noah's Ark...pig, chickens, cows, more chickens, more pigs, more cows
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oh sheet.... I didnt even read that right... Yup.. they be flatties.:) and i ate a whole boatload of em.. one at a time. :)
Familiar with a flattie are ya......
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oh sheet.... I didnt even read that right... Yup.. they be flatties.:) and i ate a whole boatload of em.. one at a time. :)
Familiar with a flattie are ya......
ouch....

Thanks for the reminder.


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How about talking to Klose about offering a MOAB to all Brethren members at a reduced price?!!!
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That would be nice, but shipping alone is a grand.
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Yup, shipping for that beast was 900 bucks the first time around.. the second time it was 1500 but klose absorbed the difference.
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You guys should live kloser to the factory.

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looks like it needs a drain-mod :)
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lol@ flatties

& lol@ Phil cooking half the animals on Noah's Ark...pig, chickens, cows, more chickens, more pigs, more cows
I think we've finally figured out what happened to the unicorn... Unicorn steaks, unicorn ribs, unicorn brisket...
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How much does that thing weigh?

Shipping for mine to California was $825 & it weighs 1,500.
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