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Old 04-19-2019, 06:44 AM
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Originally Posted by ricknewman View Post
The best grill on the planet hands down is the Wilmington Cape Fear. They aren't cheap but mine has survived 15 years on the Outer Banks and is still going strong.

Checked these out (Wilmington Cape Fear) as Im only about 2 hours from Wilmington. I like the travelers model as it would be nice to keep in my race trailer when out at the track. Just need something easy to use that wont rust up when left in there over time. The one I have now got left all winter in my enclose trailer and it started to rust up. Don't know why as I keep it parked over several strips of conveyor belt so I dint think moisture would be bad in there. May be getting moisture from the aluminum panels sweeting or either the race gas fumes are corroding it up. Who knows.
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Old 04-21-2019, 01:41 PM
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I second the cape fear. Shipped one of the first to Texas and itís still cooking...
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