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Old 10-06-2017, 09:13 PM   #331
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Check out the models here. Mostly 24x42 but will give you lots of picture and some examples of features available.

http://www.stlbbqstore.com/shirley-fabrication/
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Old 10-07-2017, 01:36 PM   #332
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Thanks the responses all.

A couple more questions - I’m thinking of getting an insulated fb - is this a worthwhile upgrade?

Also anyone who has the griddle pan - opinions and pics?
Finally - Fire box searing station - pics so I can see what it looks like?
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Old 10-07-2017, 01:39 PM   #333
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Insulated Firebox is a great upgrade if you plan to smoke when the weather is below 20 degrees. If you're only smoking in the Bay Area of CA I would say don't waste the money.
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Old 10-07-2017, 01:48 PM   #334
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Insulated Firebox is a great upgrade if you plan to smoke when the weather is below 20 degrees. If you're only smoking in the Bay Area of CA I would say don't waste the money.
This is exactly what Tyler told me earlier this week as I live in Sarasota.
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Old 10-07-2017, 05:39 PM   #335
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Insulated fb has other benefits other than cold weather cooking. Heck they'll cook just fine with the standard fb in cold weather. To me the real benefit is the paint doesn't peel and it's not gonna burn anybody that bumps into it.

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Insulated fb has other benefits other than cold weather cooking. Heck they'll cook just fine with the standard fb in cold weather. To me the real benefit is the paint doesn't peel and it's not gonna burn anybody that bumps into it.

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And the reason I was considering it, and still am, is wood is expensive down here (of course hurricane Irma helped for the short term).
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Old 10-07-2017, 07:53 PM   #337
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Had a drop-off catering gig today doing ribs and wings for 100 people. Received the following comment from the client:

"Mike, will do a full review either tonight or tomorrow. Food was amazing! Thank you for the service! Not a single bit of disappointment! It was everything I've heard about and then some! Thank you again!"

I can get in to these drop-off gigs. Cook, load in foil pans, into the Cambros, and deliver. No clean-up other than the smoker.

Paul and Tyler built me one hell of a rib and wing cooking machine.

Edit: Why the hell did the photo show up upside down?
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What’s tyler normal response time to emails? I sent a couple last week, no response as yet and I don’t want to hassle him.
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What’s tyler normal response time to emails? I sent a couple last week, no response as yet and I don’t want to hassle him.
Sometimes it will take him a few days to get back to you. He works in the shop all day and answers emails at night.
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What’s tyler normal response time to emails? I sent a couple last week, no response as yet and I don’t want to hassle him.
Hit him up again. Sometimes a few may get past him. Saying that he is 'very busy', would be a major understatement. This young man is git'n after it..as best as any 4 men could.
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Old 10-16-2017, 07:45 PM   #343
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Never knew they made this.

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Old 11-17-2017, 01:20 PM   #344
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Here is my 24 x 42 straight back patio model that I picked up yesterday.
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This thread is like watching pr0n!!!!!


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