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JoyceandSteve

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hilandfrog wrote:

Home Depot and Lowes both have Aussie grills $29/39 cole/gas.

Cooking area is 22" in either direction
the legs fold up and it has tiny wheels
14" at thickest X 23" wide X 30" tall when collapsed.




I haven't used it yet but it fits where I need it too, sure hope the burners do whats needed of them.

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This is what we use. Folds flat and has held up.


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Old-Biscuit wrote:

Weber Smokey Joe



+2 for the Smokey Joe. There's no substitute for charcoal. Get the gold or platinum version that seals shut and you wont have to worry about ash spilling out.

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Full size Weber One touch Kettle, charcoal only!


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Weber Q-120 modified to run off low pressure disconnect on 5ver.


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We use the Weber Go anywhere gas grill. DW has to have some things cooked with charcoal so I made a rack that holds charcoal. Now we can use the grill either with propane or charcoal. Works great for us.
Weber go anywhere grill


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Weber One - Touch Gold 26 3/4"


Weber Smokey Joe



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We just throw a shopping cart on it's side over the camp fire.




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Smokey Joe Gold here. Love the ability of the wire bale to come up over the handle to lock the top in. Keeps things much cleaner for tranporting.


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Seriously, I like the little charcoal grills best also. Personally, I like the little 'bond' grill a little better than the smokey joe, because the legs fold under to easy storage, and the handle flips over the lid for easy transport. It also has two levels inside.



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Specifications

Stainless steel construction
272 sq. in. of cooking space
2 independent stainless steel burners
Up to 20,000 BTUs
Can use a 20-lb. propane cylinder for extended use, item # 830978
1 lb. adaptor available
Legs fold up for easy transport
Cover included


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