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Unread 04-26-2011, 01:41 AM   #91
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This is the second one. The dancing and the editing are amazing.

YouTube - Weber Grills- Have Fun With It TV Commercial (30 sec spot)-Version #2
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I didn't see a WSM in that video....
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Unread 04-26-2011, 02:00 AM   #92
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Hello Michael!
I didn't see a WSM in that video....
Perhaps, but the first two are much better commercials.
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YouTube - Weber Grills-2011 Have Fun With It Remix TV Commercial (30 sec spot)-Version #2
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Here is my Weber Comp setup. At first i thought the Performer was just not worth the extra money above a regular kettle. However, since getting it for a birthday gift, I've learned that the propane burner to start charcoal, the workspace of the countertop, the convenience of the ash catcher and even the "charcoal bin aka trashcan, wood chunk holder, bbq guru protector"...etc... is all quite handy. I've only cooked 4 IBCA contests but you just don't see these pits down here in Louisiana competition too much. My only two wishes were that the lid design didn't act as a rain catch to fill up the bottom of the pit with water and if there were just a better way of insulating them for better efficiency.
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Here is my Weber Comp setup. At first i thought the Performer was just not worth the extra money above a regular kettle. However, since getting it for a birthday gift, I've learned that the propane burner to start charcoal, the workspace of the countertop, the convenience of the ash catcher and even the "charcoal bin aka trashcan, wood chunk holder, bbq guru protector"...etc... is all quite handy. I've only cooked 4 IBCA contests but you just don't see these pits down here in Louisiana competition too much. My only two wishes were that the lid design didn't act as a rain catch to fill up the bottom of the pit with water and if there were just a better way of insulating them for better efficiency.
Great looking units you got there. I heard the best way to store it in the rain is covering it with a large trash bag first then the Weber cover on top.
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Great looking units you got there. I heard the best way to store it in the rain is covering it with a large trash bag first then the Weber cover on top.
Totaly agree.
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Have fun with it, my smooth bro.
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I love my 22, its definitely my favorite cooker. I think Weber has done a fantastic job engineering these things, and very few mods are necessary. Other than playing with the water pan, and that depends on what you're cooking, the only mod I've had to do is make a smaller fire ring for shorter cooks. I decided on half the original volume, and a little bit taller to keep a very compact fire. What I came up with was a ring that is 6" tall with a diameter of 10.7", this is exactly half the original volume. I made it out of expanded metal, so if you cut a piece 33.61" long x 6" wide, when rolled it will give you the 6x10.7" dia ring.





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Jonesy, the pictures are great, but could you be a little more specific on the measurements?
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Great looking units you got there. I heard the best way to store it in the rain is covering it with a large trash bag first then the Weber cover on top.
I use the trash bag but don't bother with the Weber cover anymore.
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I just received my brand new 22" WSM. I got an inside deal that I could not pass up $250.00, it was delivered and assembled. Let the fun begin.

I am going to use it this at a competition this weekend, and with no time to practice before hand I am hoping all I have read will allow me to have some success with it.
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I just received my brand new 22" WSM. I got an inside deal that I could not pass up $250.00, it was delivered and assembled. Let the fun begin.

I am going to use it this at a competition this weekend, and with no time to practice before hand I am hoping all I have read will allow me to have some success with it.

Good, on ya, and good luck at the comp.


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Nice thread. I added the WSM this month here she is taking her place making the brinkman feel self conscience:


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That's exactly how I do it.
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