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anyone got a bbq pit?

Discussion in 'General Non-Automotive Classifieds' started by OKIEnVA, May 11, 2006.

  1. OKIEnVA

    OKIEnVA Registered Member

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    trying to get a bbq pit perfer a propane grill, but charcoal would work im in va. but hit me back with pics and price.
     
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    Check these out, we're building them from scratch with stainless grills. roughly 38x24 cooking surface....of course we can build them to suit whatever needs gas instead of charcoal etc.
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    that looks sweet. what price are u lookin to get for one? would it be diff't price, for charcoal to gas? and how much u think one would weigh?
     
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    I love the "All-Terrain" tires on it. How much are they running?
     
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    the tires, got them from harbor freight for $6 a tire!



    The charcoal one as pictured with stainless grates, stainless firebox and all other options $1200

    Less for standard expanded steel grating. I've really thought about building one and bricking it in permanently in the backyard. It weighs about 300# and would be easily shipable on skids.

    Still playing with the propane option it just cooks so well with charcoal but if you're really interested i'll scope it out.

    We call it a "pit for a lifetime"
     

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