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Old 01-13-2005, 01:57 PM   #16
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We are all involved in the naming cermony.. first entry.. MOAB.
There is so much history with this group and the MOAB you should post a picture beside it to explain. TK is going to $hit.
Different MOAB.. ? :?
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Old 01-13-2005, 02:05 PM   #17
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Very nice! I'm sure we'll enjoy it at Bash V! :D
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Old 01-13-2005, 02:44 PM   #18
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Very nice Phil.

Bent Handels I can see, scratches well ok don't like it but it was shipped from TX. But how in the F*uck did they bent the MF damper? That was just mean. That was done when it was crossed docked and two asses had time on their hands.

Make the trucking company pay to have Dave fly up to fix it proper should be around $7000
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BTW... As is custo-mary..

We are all involved in the naming cermony.. first entry.. MOAB. :)
I know what I'd like to call it.

Mine.

:-)

How about ..... just for you KC .....

Mary's
Own
Assbackward
Bbq pit

Oh. Never mind. MOAB is already taken.

Phil's
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Damn. Poobah is not original either.

How about BFBC?
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Old 01-13-2005, 02:58 PM   #20
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FARKING HELL MAN! That's one nice unit.
Love the spare tire cover, too!
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We are all involved in the naming cermony.. first entry.. MOAB.
There is so much history with this group and the MOAB you should post a picture beside it to explain. TK is going to $hit.
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Old 01-13-2005, 03:02 PM   #22
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(Thru tears....Al finds a way to type) "This...(sniff)...is the most.....sorry. I can't talk right now"
Bigmofo is verklempt.

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Why? Less than 11 months and he can turn them back on!
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Old 01-13-2005, 03:05 PM   #24
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it can be used as an offset or direct cooker(ala wsm) by closing off the chambers. Also close off the chamber and you can grill on one side while smoking on the other.
Pooh-Bah, this has serious potential for contest cookin'. Start briskets off with all wood, change to "the method" grab a nap, fire up in grill mode in time to set glaze on stuff for turn in. Very well thought out!! Mind if I take some notes?
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it can be used as an offset or direct cooker(ala wsm) by closing off the chambers. Also close off the chamber and you can grill on one side while smoking on the other.
Pooh-Bah, this has serious potential for contest cookin'. Start briskets off with all wood, change to "the method" grab a nap, fire up in grill mode in time to set glaze on stuff for turn in. Very well thought out!! Mind if I take some notes?
yup, that was the intention. Firing up in a few minutes to start seasoning and mapping the chamber. Gonna need lots of biscuits to biscuit test this one. :)
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Old 01-13-2005, 03:25 PM   #26
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Biscuits? Gonna need a fatty or 2 for all those biscuits!

Wasn't the name HMF bandied about at one time? Seems like it would apply here...
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Old 01-13-2005, 03:31 PM   #27
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Phil:

You can easily straighten out that bent rain cap with a shop vise and/or oxy-acetyline torch
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Very nice !! So I guess this means we can all stop by for the Q at your house this week end??
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You can easily straighten out that bent rain cap with a shop vise and/or oxy-acetyline torch

not gonna chance bending the chimney. Gonna cut the rod flush and then weld on a new one. Allready called dave and they are sending all the stuff i need. New damper, rods and handles.
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Old 01-13-2005, 04:13 PM   #30
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Very nice Phil! I'm excited for you. TY for sharing the pictures.
I'm gonna go pout now.............
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