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Old 07-12-2007, 03:41 PM   #1
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Thats great Diva. Kinda brings up a question to everyone. How many grills/smokers do you own?

2 offsets
2 wsm's
1 catering pull behind 4 burner 15,000 BTU's each gasser
1 pig cooker
1 18" weber kettle
1 14" weber Jr
1 turkey cooker
1 5 burner Beefeater
1 habatchi
2 camping stoves
1 George forman
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Old 07-12-2007, 03:55 PM   #2
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I just took delivery of [3] Three brand new Peoria Custom Cooker 72" x 24" cookers with 2'x2' fireboxes. All configured different.

One is narrow with dual fish fryer gas burners on the front. It also has a fire box with steak grill top and is outfitted with a 180,000BTU gas burner.

Second is extra wide with a 6' x 24" x 24" storage box on the side.

The third has same cooker with storage box but also has a 37" open pit grill on the front with a chaindriven meat grate.

2 Charbroil Silver Smoker Off-set smokers

A Monster Smoker trailer with a cooker that is 6' tall and 7' wide and 36" deep,

1 26" Charbroil Kettle

2 Turkey Fryers

2 Coleman Propane Stoves [1 from 1965]

I can't post pics yer cus I only have 2 posts. But will soon.
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Old 07-12-2007, 04:12 PM   #3
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Mike, this is a long shot, but are you kin to any Hedricks that
lived in Taylorsville NC?
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Old 07-12-2007, 04:21 PM   #4
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2 - WSM
1 - Genesis Silver B
1 - 22.5 One Touch Gold
1 - Lodge SS 2 burner stove
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Old 07-12-2007, 04:45 PM   #5
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1 Char Griller
1 WSM
1 Weber silver kettle
1 Weber Smokey Joe Platinum
2 gassers
1 Turkey cooker
1 Hibatchi (My Granpa's)
And since Bill mentioned it.....A George Forman
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Old 07-12-2007, 05:03 PM   #6
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1 Small Offset
1 Chepo Kingsford Offset
1 WSM
1 OTG
2 Smokey Joes
1 Gas/Charcoal Grill
1 Portable Gas Grill
1 Turkey Fryer
1 Habatchi
1 Ranch Kettle
not to forget the George Formen and the Panni Press
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Old 07-12-2007, 05:16 PM   #7
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One of each in the order I got them:
Weber Smokey Joe
Weber 22" One Touch Platinum
WSM
Weber Summit Silver A

I have an old Sunbeam gasser and shallow charcoal grill I have retired. Waiting to be thrown out. I feel like I am missing a Ranch Kettle in the collection....but meah. My next and last purchases would be a hibachi and/or mini Santa Maria Style grill.
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Old 07-12-2007, 06:20 PM   #8
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A big Klose (2005)
A Weber 22" Kettle (2006)
Some kinda bullet gas /charcoal job (2004)
A coleman gasser (2004)
A Brinkman Smoke -N- Grill (2003)
A Rickenbacker 4001 (1982)
A Rickennbacker 4001c64 (2002)
A Rickenbacker 4004cii (2005)
A Fender MIA Deluxe Jazz Bass (2005)
A Fender MIA Precision Bass (2006)
A Warwick Fretless Corvette (2005)
A Wife (1959)
A daughter (1995)
A daughter ( 1987)
A Daschund (2004)
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Old 07-12-2007, 06:45 PM   #9
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A big Klose (2005)
A Weber 22" Kettle (2006)
Some kinda bullet gas /charcoal job (2004)
A coleman gasser (2004)
A Brinkman Smoke -N- Grill (2003)
A Rickenbacker 4001 (1982)
A Rickennbacker 4001c64 (2002)
A Rickenbacker 4004cii (2005)
A Fender MIA Deluxe Jazz Bass (2005)
A Fender MIA Precision Bass (2006)
A Warwick Fretless Corvette (2005)
A Wife (1959)
A daughter (1995)
A daughter ( 1987)
A Daschund (2004)
Uh.............How's about a pic of the dog
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Old 07-12-2007, 06:47 PM   #10
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1. kamado #7
2. Infrared Grill
3. Upright propane gas burner for tripas & fishfry
4.Kenmore Over that came with da house.... [smilie=a_bravo.gif]
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