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Old 05-04-2010, 08:17 PM   #1
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Default Weber 22.5 kettle silver one touch /w pron & future mods thread.

Hi all.

I went to Abcwarehouse and I've picked up this bad boy for $69 with cover out the door ( I know people there, and forgot about it lol )

Anyways the cover was free swag.

By the way I have to go back there and have them give me a handle & the settlement tray, otherwise it's complete and it took me 1 hour to build it.

Any hoo here's some pics & and first cook is coming very soon ( Ribs are thawing now )










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Old 05-04-2010, 08:30 PM   #2
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Time to cook some ribs!
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Old 05-04-2010, 08:31 PM   #3
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Time to cook some ribs!
Oh heck yes.

I'm excited. I finally have a real grill / smoker :)

Although I may end up with the smokinator from Amazon or I can talk to Jerry and see what he can do.

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Get it dirty...and post some pron...
As far as mods... I highly recommend one of these...but then your cover won't fit

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Derek, time to use that search function and look up how all of us smoke on kettles, the Smokenator is an excellent product, there are many other ways to get it done, each has it's own merits.
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For the love of god, with the $ you save, hook up the smokenator (google) and the ribonator (google,) have been using them in tandem for the last 2 weeks... LIFE IS SMOKY, JUICY, and TASTY... No BS they really work on the 22.5. I use a Perfomer (smae deal) but my chicken and ribs have gone from good to **** **** ******, get the idea... Nice score!
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Old 05-04-2010, 11:50 PM   #7
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For the love of god, with the $ you save, hook up the smokenator (google) and the ribonator (google,) have been using them in tandem for the last 2 weeks... LIFE IS SMOKY, JUICY, and TASTY... No BS they really work on the 22.5. I use a Perfomer (smae deal) but my chicken and ribs have gone from good to **** **** ******, get the idea... Nice score!
All ready done, And thanks for the advice.

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I bet a Performer cover would slide right on there!
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Old 05-05-2010, 07:05 AM   #9
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Congrats on getting the greatest cooking device ever made by man! The table might be a good idea. I don't have one, but I have a few surfaces available to me by my grill which I'm not sure how I could live without.
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Congrats on getting the greatest cooking device ever made by man! The table might be a good idea. I don't have one, but I have a few surfaces available to me by my grill which I'm not sure how I could live without.
I couldn't agree more, It's the very first time ever I've put something together and didn't mess it up.

Nice!

By the way Thanks to Jerry and you guys, I've decided on the smokeniator.
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Thank you bro. I can't wait for her first burn! and I will be doing 2 stacks of ribs on her.
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Guerry, you might want to be careful not to let coals fall on that nice hardwood floor!
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