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Old 10-08-2016, 07:49 AM   #15
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I have a primo xl at home and can't bring myself to use a Weber q and the Weber smokey joe is a very sub par grill (not enough distance from fire grate to cooking grate, and not enough air flow across the bottom). I am ordering a kamadoe joe jr as sgrol above has.
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Be sure to get these too for smoking in the rain
http://smokeware.com/collections/chimney-caps
Get SS cap and adapter ring for Joe Jr.
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Old 10-09-2016, 07:55 PM   #18
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I have a Kamado joe at home and it's great. In the rv I went with another alternative than the joe jr. I went with the Char grillers Acorn jr Kamado. It's a smaller version double walled metal kamado that portable and you don't have to worry about breaking and using good lump it's a great alternative. It's $159.00 on Char grillers site and the flavor of food cooked over lump as opposed to gas is definitely a cut above! These smaller units are hard to find but work great in RV's you have to keep scrolling down to buy it from them.

https://www.chargriller.com/kamado-grills
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My neighbor has the bigger acorn...I did t realize there was a smaller one
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I'm assuming you have a toy hauler since its in the thread box. Yes, you will be fine. We compete with our BGE in comps a lot. The standard frame (metal) can be ratchet strapped to the floor in four directions at the wheel base to prevent movement. If they are tight..it will stand up and not flip over. Store the top vent and any plate setter separately or the plate setter WILL break and the top vent will either A) Fall off or B) rattle around inside and crack your egg. Being ceramic...there is an inherent fear of them cracking but set inside the stand, they are more stable than you think. Strap it down tight, bungee the lid down and motor on. She will be fine. We do it all the time and never had issues.


We have a large BGE just for reference.
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