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  1. #1
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    Default R&V works fryers

    Looking for anyone familiar with these fryers. Viewing pictures and reviews they seem well built plus MADE in the USA!!!! Seem to clean up easily. Sold at Bass Pro Shop in my area. Does anyone have any knowledge about them. Mainly interested in how well they hold temperature after food is added.

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    Don't have one, never used one. They look good though.
    Go to http://www.basspro.com/ and search fryers, find the one you are interested in. Check the reviews.
    Reviews are generally good. Some shipping damage issues.
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