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Old 03-01-2015, 07:02 AM   #29
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We've used a Weber for the last 2 summers and cooked on it almost every night we camped. I never had any issues with grease blocking the burners up. To clean it I use regular oven cleaner, and just spray everything down inside and out, let set 2 hrs., and then use stiff nylon or wire brush as appropriate.
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At least on the LE model I bought you are supposed to fill the chrome lower pan with water..it even has a "fill line" on it. Spraying the water pan with Pam first makes cleanup that much easier.
Yeah, a friend had one like that and it looked new and clean but a pain. Mine has a small (4"x6") removable grease tray.
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I'm going out today to grab a pork butt to cook this week on the Davey Crockett. This guys looked to come out pretty good.GMG Davy Crockett / Pork Butts - BBQ Central
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It will be two to thee weeks before I get my davey Crocket grill/smoker and I can't wait.
I will have it seasoned before Memorial day
Pork Butt might be the first thing I cook in it

Thanks for sharing and any future tips?

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I have only cooked chicken,salmon,tuna and filet mignon so far. I got lucky when I purchased mine. I went to there dealer locator and there is a guy a few streets away that sells them. He does professional BBQ and travels the country doing it. He sold it me for $300.00 and gave me a bag of cherry pellets and delivered it to my house. I didn't get the wifi model.
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That is a great deal.
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I have only cooked chicken,salmon,tuna and filet mignon so far. I got lucky when I purchased mine. I went to there dealer locator and there is a guy a few streets away that sells them. He does professional BBQ and travels the country doing it. He sold it me for $300.00 and gave me a bag of cherry pellets and delivered it to my house. I didn't get the wifi model.
I was looking at the specs for the Davey Crockett
and it says it weighs 57 lbs..... that seems really heavy for a table top grill that is about 30x20 --- does it really weigh that much ?
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I was looking at the specs for the Davey Crockett
and it says it weighs 57 lbs..... that seems really heavy for a table top grill that is about 30x20 --- does it really weigh that much ?

I didn't weight it but I would say yes it weighs 57lbs. It's not a cheap throwaway grill.
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Are you going to mount that 57 lb grill on a basement slideout tray to avoid lifting and moving it each time it is used?
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Are you going to mount that 57 lb grill on a basement slideout tray to avoid lifting and moving it each time it is used?
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Are you going to mount that 57 lb grill on a basement slideout tray to avoid lifting and moving it each time it is used?

I plan to lift and carry my 97lb Kamado Joe Jr. out of the storage compartment.....
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Are you going to mount that 57 lb grill on a basement slideout tray to avoid lifting and moving it each time it is used?
I'm not mounting mine. I'm just going to keep it on one of my slide out trays. I can carry it by myself with one handed to were ever I want to set it up.
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I've used a Weber for years!.....But I'll soon trade that in for a Traeger Pellet Q!
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I didn't weight it but I would say yes it weighs 57lbs. It's not a cheap throwaway grill.

Ok just weighed mine with about 3/4 full of pellets and it weighed 60lbs.
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