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iBQ'n
03-13-2011, 02:54 PM
I have a Klose 20 X 42 heavy duty pipe smoker for sale.

http://www.bbqpits.com/backyard_smokers/20x42_deluxe_smoker.htm

This cooker weighs between 1000 1100lbs.

Base price is $1450

Options:
Steel firebox adds to heat control & versatility in cold-wet weather + $350
Brass ball valve drain with large rubber handle. Never get dirty again! + $49.50
Two row pullout shelves + $200
Charcoal basket allowing 6 hours without having to add charcoal + $125
Four 8 swivel caster locking hard rubber wheels. Moves easier on hard ground + $165

Total Price $2339.50

I am asking $1600 and will consider trades of cabinet cookers, pellet poopers, and jambos.

This is what she looked like when I got her home.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/59151507@N05/sets/72157625951608257/

Since then she has acquired some rust on the top lid of the firebox where the paint chipped. The paint chipping happens when the steel stretches from the heat.

Send me a message here or contact me at ibqninfo@gmail.com with any questions.

Thanks,
Rich

iBQ'n
03-21-2011, 04:43 PM
Am I asking too much? I figured I would get some interest with trade offer and price.

SmokyOkie
03-21-2011, 08:06 PM
I dunno IB, I put my beloved Lucille on Craig's list a few months back asking 1800.00
She is a 30"x 72" with a 2'x 3"x24" upright oven and never got an inquiry.

I think that with backyard stickburners maybe folks just want new.:shrug:

If you figure it out, would you please let me know?

iBQ'n
03-22-2011, 09:17 AM
I dunno IB, I put my beloved Lucille on Craig's list a few months back asking 1800.00
She is a 30"x 72" with a 2'x 3"x24" upright oven and never got an inquiry.

I think that with backyard stickburners maybe folks just want new.:shrug:

If you figure it out, would you please let me know?

Will do!

I was hoping to find someone with a cabinet cooker or pellet cooker that wanted to trade for a stick burner. If I get cash then I have to hand it over to the boss. LOL

Tuck
03-22-2011, 08:18 PM
I have a Klose 20 X 42 heavy duty pipe smoker for sale.

http://www.bbqpits.com/backyard_smokers/20x42_deluxe_smoker.htm

This cooker weighs between 1000 1100lbs.

Base price is $1450

Options:
Steel firebox adds to heat control & versatility in cold-wet weather + $350
Brass ball valve drain with large rubber handle. Never get dirty again! + $49.50
Two row pullout shelves + $200
Charcoal basket allowing 6 hours without having to add charcoal + $125
Four 8 swivel caster locking hard rubber wheels. Moves easier on hard ground + $165

Total Price $2339.50

I am asking $1600 and will consider trades of cabinet cookers, pellet poopers, and jambos.

This is what she looked like when I got her home.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/59151507@N05/sets/72157625951608257/

Since then she has acquired some rust on the top lid of the firebox where the paint chipped. The paint chipping happens when the steel stretches from the heat.

Send me a message here or contact me at ibqninfo@gmail.com with any questions.

Thanks,
Rich

Just thought I might ask as to your location as your header states nothing ??

Later

Tuck
:sifone:

:monkey:

iBQ'n
03-22-2011, 08:21 PM
Just thought I might ask as to your location as your header states nothing ??

Later

Tuck
:sifone:

:monkey:

Oops I forgot that. Grand Rapids, MI

SmokyOkie
03-22-2011, 09:27 PM
Why don't you put it in your profile so folks will know?:shrug::msn-wink:

iBQ'n
03-23-2011, 05:41 AM
Why don't you put it in your profile so folks will know?:shrug::msn-wink:

Done.

iBQ'n
06-27-2011, 11:58 AM
I am down to $1500 on this pit. I need to feed my bbq obsession so come on now guys!

PigCicles
06-28-2011, 08:30 AM
I'll trade ya a nice drum smoker for it. Shoot you can burn anything you want in it. I'd even consider throwing in $50 on the deal :msn-wink: :roflmaoha0:

Nice pit Rich, but not in the market just yet for something like that. Hope you get some hits for her ... she's a beaut.

iBQ'n
06-28-2011, 05:17 PM
I'll trade ya a nice drum smoker for it. Shoot you can burn anything you want in it. I'd even consider throwing in $50 on the deal :msn-wink: :roflmaoha0:

Nice pit Rich, but not in the market just yet for something like that. Hope you get some hits for her ... she's a beaut.

Thanks, I have a few drums too. :msn-wink:

PigCicles
06-28-2011, 08:18 PM
Some how I didn't think that you would bite on that one.

Surely there is someone out there that can give that fantastic smoker a good home.

Bump Bump

jerry516planes
06-29-2011, 10:59 AM
Next Week: I am headed down to the Thompson River and could get it that far for you. Thats I-35 at the Iowa State line and over 1/2 way.