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Old 05-30-2010, 08:24 AM   #11
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Sweet Jesus! Those are the biggest MOINKS I've ever seen!!! She shouldn't be grumpy with you at all.

Sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do Lew.

That Lew has some BIG BALLS!
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Old 05-30-2010, 11:11 AM   #12
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What Nick said!
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Those look like Cow Balls not moink balls. Good lord they're big. They look mighty tasty though. Just tell the wife you were bonding and spending quality time with the boy.

Good luck Tri-Tip with the new grill and the wife.
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Originally Posted by Tri Tip":2hj9c2xy]Hang in there Lew...We got your back. My wife doesn't know I'm driven out to your neighborhood to pick this up.
Gonna be sleepen on the couch (with a full belly of Santa Maria Tri Tip though) :grin:

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Mike that's way cool. As long as the bottom isn't rusted out, how can you go wrong? I can remember my parents had an old barbecue grill that had an adjustable charcoal tray that you could crank up and down under the grill. It wasn't very big but it sure was nice to be able to adjust the height of the coals depending on what you wanted to do.

I look forward to seeing some posts with that grill in the future. Stop by when your out if you have time. I will let you look at your rotisserie again.[/quote:2hj9c2xy]

Yeah it's built with a clamp system so yo can replace the drum. I'm doing that and lining it with fire bricks. I'll most likely have it dropped off at the powder coating shop too!
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