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Joe, I love the Traeger grill, we have a tabletop that we carry in a bay of the coach, and have a larger one at home. I can cook 8 ribeyes on the tabletop at one time or 3 baby backs, or two boston butts.

The heat is so even, and no flareups because the fire is under a steel plate. The grill uses wood pellets dispensed from a hopper, then fed into a small round open chamber where there is an electric heating rod that ignites the pellets, and a fan forces air into the fire chamber like a forge. Works like a convection smoker oven, we often cook small pizza's for the smoke flavor.

You can go online and Google the company for more info. Whoops, almost forgot, chicken, others love it, I don't eat chicken cooked in any form, call me crazy, but my digestive system won't let me. Also, I sear the steaks on the induction cooktop both sides at 475

degrees then finish them off in the smoker grill.

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Here is a link to etrailer.com, They carry a wide variety of cargo hauling items. If I were faced with this I would go to an enclosed trailer that could accommodate my toad and the grill... or I would sell my current toad and purchase a pick-up truck that could be towed. The grill goes in the pickup truck! I suppose a cargo van could also work as a toad if any can be towed four wheels down. Let me know where you are and I'll come help you unload!!!

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Kay, good to know you like the Trager products coming from someone I trust means a lot. I have a 24" Smoke Vault at home that gets more than its fair share of use. My neighbor runs a local butcher shop "head butcher" that supplies some of the top end restaurants around Wilmington DE, to Philadelphia. I end up with premium cuts of beef and pork for low prices. We prefer smoked cooking over most more traditional methods. I miss smoking meats while traveling, the table top model looked like a good fit. I am considering purchasing a Yoder pellet smoker for the house since the smoke vault is propane and it's seen better days.

http://www.yodersmokers.com

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Joe.

The Grill looks just like one that we had in Gladewater, TX. Then we took it to Galveston at a friends house, fantastic grill, then Hurricane IKE came along and borrowed it and to this day has not been returned ! :angry::(:P

Carl

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