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Unread 04-10-2005, 07:34 PM   #1
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Brethren, after 18 years my webber has finally bit the dust. I would like suggestion on a replacement, I don't have a problem of another weber, but wanted some other ideas. Something that would complement my dera. Thank you all.
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Unread 04-10-2005, 09:51 PM   #2
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You thnking about replacing a kettle? I love the Weber Kettle, nothing better or as versitale in that price range. IMHO.
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Unread 04-10-2005, 09:59 PM   #3
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Just a thought, I love my kettle, but am always open to new things. I will probably get the webber gold unit, they run $124 around here.
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Tang,
Get the Kettle.

It is the most versatile in my aresenal, as you know from yours.

You can do 600* steaks with 2 chimneys, or 240* pork butts offset.

Beer Can Chicks, they are made for it.

A true smoke and griller.

PS, I still have your farking sauce waiting to send. Your knee will be healed before I finish with my farking errands
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I love my Weber Performer. Has propane to light the charcoals and nice stainless work area.
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kettle, man....go for the kettle.
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if you can go for the bucks, the performer is great, there is also the weber ranch kettle with about 1100 inchs cooking area. Bit for basic use the silver is gold is all ya need.
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Bit for basic use the silver is gold is all ya need.
Silver is Gold is?

Go for the Gold, TSDM.

Phil has a 2 year old Silver that the handle dealie vent mechanism already rusted and snapped off (from what he said previously)
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I use a Habichi. Sumbitch best invention since Sex.
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So where did you get a gasser Habichi????
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