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    Almost done... Leftover parts

    Still have to do tile and stucco. I simplified the design half-way through and ended up not using some parts (BBQ Galore access doors and a BBQ Galore side burner). I have them listed on ebay if anyone wants to get a good deal:

    BBQ Galore 20" x 14" Stainless Steel Access Door
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    BBQ Galore 17" x 24" Stainless Steel Access Door
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    BBQ Galore Side Burner
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    Re: Almost done... Leftover parts

    Fine job, why did you not use the other components?
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    Re: Almost done... Leftover parts

    The project was taking me forever so I decided to just go with what I had done already so that I could finally enjoy a burger. This stuff is a lot harder than you guys make it look

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    Re: Almost done... Leftover parts

    I hope you installed vents both high and low if you used propane. You did not show a photo of the back side.
    Why are you asking for $71.68 in shipping for the Turbo WOK unit on ebay?
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    Re: Almost done... Leftover parts

    The UPS ground price is automatically calculated based on your zip code and the item's weight (almost 40 lbs). You must live pretty far from Tampa.

    Yeah, I have venting high and low. Here is a pic of the back.
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    Re: Almost done... Leftover parts

    I didn't know ebay did that, sorry. Glad to see the vents. Good job.
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    Re: Almost done... Leftover parts

    That's one nice setup for... a hamburger! Hope you enjoyed it.
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    Re: Almost done... Leftover parts

    Yeah, easily the most expensive burger I've ever eaten. It was good though

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    Re: Almost done... Leftover parts

    By the way, that is not a side burner you placed on EBay, it is much better. It is a Turbo WOK! I have had one for 10 years. You should really consider installing it. It is designed for WOK cooking, but can be used like a side burner and it will boil a lobster pot very fast. These are getting harder to find. If you were in So Cal, I would drive over and pick it up from you.
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