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Old 04-13-2020, 07:53 PM   #11
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That's where I'm at now. Leaning heavily towards the pit Made in Houston Texas.
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I have a Pit Boss Austin XL and use it every Saturday at the lake with the competition blend pellets. Temps are dead on at smoke level, 200, 225, 250 etc. and I can assure you that using the comp. pellets on my pit or a $1000 pit is not going to make the end results any different. Temp probes are great for chickens, tenderloins etc. It is 3 years old, keep it covered on the porch, clean it about every 2-3rd use, and it keeps on producing fantastic meat every weekend!
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Old 04-19-2020, 09:22 AM   #12
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Made in the USA:
Pitts and Spitts-Houston Texas
Gator Pits- Houston Texas
Lone Star Grillz-Willis Texas
Yoder-Kansas
For gravity fed:
Stumps-Georgia

Traeger-China
Pit Boss- China
Rec TEec-China
Camp Chef-China

Going with Pitts and Spitts.
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Old 04-21-2020, 01:52 PM   #13
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take a look at Blaz'n Grill Works

Saw them in Denver and they are awesome, when time for my next one will look at very seriously.
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I was going to buy a Yoder but after doing research I went with the Rec Tec Bull and couldn't be happier. It has the best electronics/algorithm in the business and keeps its temperature. Like the 40 pound pellet hopper too.



The REC TEC Grill is made in China, however, the heart and soul of the grill (the computer) is made here in the USA. The powder coat is also made in the USA and the final assembly along with quality control takes place at the REC TEC Grill facility in Georgia.


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I have a RecTec and like it. I like the stainless and heavier build compared to others.

Recently a friend bought a grill from Blaz’n Grill Works. I am impressed with it. Made in the US, has nice features and heavy construction. If I need another one, I might buy one of these.
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Saw them in Denver and they are awesome, when time for my next one will look at very seriously.
I have a Blazin’ Grillworks and couldn’t be happier, made in Nebraska I believe, had it 3+ years, use it 3-5 times a week!
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Old 09-09-2020, 06:30 PM   #17
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Old 09-10-2020, 07:24 AM   #18
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We have been using the Broil King gas grill for 8 years. There was no reason to complain, the components are made of quality materials. They clean well, serve well. Have not yet bent from constant heating.
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Rec Teq, great grill, easy to use. Have had it for over two years. Do miss my Kamado Joe, but was more work.
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