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Old 11-19-2009, 05:58 PM   #1
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I am looking to replace my janky cheap-o burner and came across the BIG (22" wide surface) Banjo cooker on sale.

It's on here for $99, but they have a 15% off sale going on if you use the code "turkey15" when you check-out.

http://www.bayouclassiccooking.com/b...ose-guard.html

I am not affiliated with them, just wanted to pass the word on. ALL of their stuff is 15% off right now with that check-out code.
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Old 11-19-2009, 06:18 PM   #2
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Check out the KAB4. Same burner, $20 cheaper.
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Old 11-19-2009, 06:30 PM   #3
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True but a less beefy stand.

Capable of holding pots up to 80 vs 162-Qt. Stockpots

 
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Old 11-19-2009, 06:44 PM   #4
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Right... the stand is why am looking at this one.

The smaller ones have 17" surfaces, and a keggle is just over 16" in diameter. I'd like a little more room for error!
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Over $22 for shipping to Washington State? Good lord.

 
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Right... the stand is why am looking at this one.

The smaller ones have 17" surfaces, and a keggle is just over 16" in diameter. I'd like a little more room for error!
Yes I have the KB4, and it makes me a little nervous some times with the keggel on it. Thanks for the heads up.

any one ever use there SS stock pots? 20gallon for 150 -15%= 127, sounds like a good deal. they even have a 40 gallon for 370!

 
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Old 11-19-2009, 07:14 PM   #7
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Over $22 for shipping to Washington State? Good lord.
Yeah, it's a lot for shipping, but I really haven't found it anywhere else for cheaper when you add in shipping. The cheapest shipper I found still wanted about $15 to ship it to me, but their base price was higher, so the link I posted has (for me) been the cheapest by a few dollars.

Still scouring the web for a better deal...
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Can I have your old burner?

 
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Old 11-19-2009, 07:22 PM   #9
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There's a reason I am replacing it. It has started to produce large licking orange flames that leave a greasy black soot on everything. Not a soot you can just spray or wipe off... the crap needs major elbow grease with soap to remove. I ruined my clothes last time I brewed and left greasy black stains on my deck.

I have not tried to find the source of the problem yet, but the whole thing is rusty and I suspect there is a hole somewhere in the thing that is letting in too much air or something.

Having said all of that, I won't be needing it after I receive my new one, and I would not feel right selling it, so if I replace this (99% certain I will) you can definately have it.
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Yes I have the KB4, and it makes me a little nervous some times with the keggel on it. Thanks for the heads up.

any one ever use there SS stock pots? 20gallon for 150 -15%= 127, sounds like a good deal. they even have a 40 gallon for 370!

If you already have the KAB4 do what I did cut the stand and change the orientation of them and weld them up . if you don't have a welder any body shop will weld them up for a few $



kegs sits rock solid now

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