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Old 07-17-2007, 07:52 PM   #1
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fired up some thighs tonight on the primo. very good grill. did notice the "hot spot" on the left side. easy to compensate for. was "grilling" tonight, 375-400. very small air adjustments made a big difference. held temp very well. real quick recovery after opening lid. cant wait to go low and slow. thanks again to wolfe rub for the donation, captn morgan for posting about the contest on the scbbq forum, finney for telling me the results, greg rempe for allowing the contest under his insurance umbrella. did i mention finney . thanks for all the help, tim
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Old 07-17-2007, 07:53 PM   #2
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im turning into my dad, i dont know how to post pics, and i dont care to learn. sorry, tim
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Re: first primo cook

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fired up some thighs tonight on the primo. very good grill. did notice the "hot spot" on the left side. easy to compensate for. was "grilling" tonight, 375-400. very small air adjustments made a big difference. held temp very well. real quick recovery after opening lid. cant wait to go low and slow. thanks again to wolfe rub for the donation, captn morgan for posting about the contest on the scbbq forum, finney for telling me the results, greg rempe for allowing the contest under his insurance umbrella. did i mention finney . thanks for all the help, tim
Who's this Finney guy you speak of??
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