Your beginning gravity doesn't helped, nor does counting bubbles, a current reading is how you know how your beer is progressing. And when it is finished. Not bubbles. It could stop needed to release EXCESS co2 (which is the purpose of an airlock, not a gauge of fermentation) and have plenty of work left to do. Especially in a big beer like that. I wouldn't even contemplating racking it to secondary until it's been a month in the primary anyway.
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