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    That is exactly what I spoke of my grandfather having in an earlier post. Notice the notches for a rotisserie. That is what I started cooking on.

    These were upgrade units. Most plain folks ( like my parents) just only had the round tray w/o the hood. They had a crank handle for raising and lowering the grate.

    Thank yo so much for the bit of nostalgia.

    BTW, I don't know how long they made them, but I remember my grandpa's as ealy as the early 60's

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    There isn't much that you can't do on a weber. I use mine for 75% of my cooking/smoking. Its the perfect tool for all jobs.
    22 inch weber
    20 cubic foot homebuilt smoker
    turkey fryer
    coleman stove
    If it burns, I can cook with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chef schwantz View Post
    There isn't much that you can't do on a weber. I use mine for 75% of my cooking/smoking. Its the perfect tool for all jobs.
    Perfect? all jobs??????????

    Well if you say so Chef

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    h20loo is offline Can tell pulled pork from sliced brisket h20loo is an unknown quantity at this point
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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post
    . They had a crank handle for raising and lowering the grate.

    Thank yo so much for the bit of nostalgia.

    BTW, I don't know how long they made them, but I remember my grandpa's as ealy as the early 60's
    Haaa! I forgot about that. Ours had a fulcrum handle that you squeezed to allow it to move up and down. I remember my dad trying to adjust it and of course with the coal dust and or rust around it the action wasn't smooth. He ended up tipping the whole thing over on himself. Needless to say his action wasn't smooth either!! I remember that like it was this morning!! LOL

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    h20loo is offline Can tell pulled pork from sliced brisket h20loo is an unknown quantity at this point
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    Quote Originally Posted by chef schwantz View Post
    There isn't much that you can't do on a weber. I use mine for 75% of my cooking/smoking. Its the perfect tool for all jobs.
    That 20 sq.ft cooker should make short work of your percentages!!
    You are definitely right about the Weber product with everything from the portable grills right around to the gassers they have it all and a loyal following.

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