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Old 07-30-2009, 07:45 PM   #1
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I finally went to Authority for a few minutes during lunch today, and saw these 2 Propane Turky Fryers. I wanted to get some feedback on these usits for use with a keggle.. with both 5 and 10gal full boil.

King Kooker 110,000 BTU $39.99


Outdoor Gourmet 55000 BTU $29.99


The Outdoor Gourmet has a square stand which i think is a plus, but the King Kooker has almost 2X the BTU rating. Both are 10PSI Propane burners.

I believe these both have an ajustable burner.



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Old 07-30-2009, 07:55 PM   #2
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think i found my answer in another thread..

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Both are great, i use three of the classic's on my rig boil's 8 gal in about 25min

but whatever you do dont by anything made by KingKooker its crap!


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By "Authority" do you mean Sports Authority, or is that a local place? 29.99 for a burner that is good... I am interested!

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I have the first one. It works fine now that I found a diffuser plate. With the "heat spreader" over the flame on high, the heat just shoots up the side around my kettle. Without the plate, I ended up with some wicked hotspots on my kettle.

I bought and returned two of the second variety (both had broken welds) before I ended up with the jet.

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By "Authority" do you mean Sports Authority, or is that a local place? 29.99 for a burner that is good... I am interested!
OUTDOOR GOURMET DELUXE FRYER STAND

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Ah ok.. they don't have those here. I like that price though!



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