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Unread 01-04-2008, 03:40 PM   #1
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Default Spicewines on trailer

Has anyone mounted their Spicewine on a trailer? Can you post pics os Yours? Thanks.
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Yeah, what he said.
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Norco, funny thing you posted that question. I am looking at buying a mobile offset pit and am thinking of mounting the BWS to it so I can have the best of both worlds.
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I think these pics qualify
http://www.bbq-brethren.com/modules....bum.php&page=4

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Mounting it from the perspective of it being permanently mounted? I think Jay's done it once but it's not preferred.

http://www.chinesebob.com/?cat=13

Here are some pics of mine on the trailer. I didn't mount it permanently but I secured the wheels and tied it down and it seemed to work ok for moving it around.

Taking it off or putting it on is a life threatening move that I do not recommend by anyone ever unless they are using a solid steel ramp and 4 to 5 grown men. The vehicle ramps or the gate ramps will not support a large. I only took mine off the trailer 3 times and the last time was it. I got rid of the trailer.
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If you go to the custom section of my site you will see a few of the cookers that I have mounted on the customers trailers. I weld them solid to the trailer when I do it.
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If you go to the custom section of my site you will see a few of the cookers that I have mounted on the customers trailers. I weld them solid to the trailer when I do it.
In the future I'm only moving mine with a lowdeck, solid gate, enclosed trailer until we can get the trailer unit. They are BEAUTIFUL! They also have built in storage space for misc things.

It really is dangerous moving them on ramps. Think of moving a piano on and off and then add 400lbs. Don't let me talk you out of it. It's doable if you're careful. I'm going to move the new one at least 7 or 8 times this summer/fall for events but I'm paying people to help me load and unload.
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Looks to me like Bill is up to something on the back side of the cooker, and whatever it is, Parrothead likes it.
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In the future I'm only moving mine with a lowdeck, solid gate, enclosed trailer until we can get the trailer unit. They are BEAUTIFUL! They also have built in storage space for misc things.

It really is dangerous moving them on ramps. Think of moving a piano on and off and then add 400lbs. Don't let me talk you out of it. It's doable if you're careful. I'm going to move the new one at least 7 or 8 times this summer/fall for events but I'm paying people to help me load and unload.
I have been tossing around the idea of using a lift table if I upgrade to a bigger vertical smoker. Grainger sells them in different weight capacities but the only problem is they are not cheap. A 1000lb table costs $800 and they get steeper as you go up.
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Yeah, but the men in Marks photo appear to be "Mounting" a spicewine on a trailer like some sort of ritual.
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nice looking smoker BOB.
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will take a few pics of mine on a trailer for you and post them
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I have been tossing around the idea of using a lift table if I upgrade to a bigger vertical smoker. Grainger sells them in different weight capacities but the only problem is they are not cheap. A 1000lb table costs $800 and they get steeper as you go up.
Then how hard is it to move and store the table? But that's an interesting idea because you could get other uses out of it as well, especially if it wasn't impossible to move yourself......

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nice looking smoker BOB.
Jay gets all of the credit. I just got to use it.
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Then how hard is it to move and store the table? But that's an interesting idea because you could get other uses out of it as well, especially if it wasn't impossible to move yourself......
The ones I have seen are not light but roll around easily. The 1000lb one that Grainger sells weighs 300+.
http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/wwg...lue=lift+table
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