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  1. orangebiker

    Help with some dimensions...

    Will someone put a tape on their grease drip outlet, and tell me the dimensions? I think its 1.5"x1.5", but I need to know down to the 1/6". Mine is buried deep under the counter through a door that I only want to go through one more time - to install my ultimate solution to handle the grease...
  2. orangebiker

    First cooks on the Bull and Wyldside yesterday

    Our backyard project is so close to being complete that I called it "done enough" this weekend and burned in the bull (Reqs) and wyldeside (Gene Wylder). It seems like the temp in Reqs is sensing 30-40deg hotter than actual according to the three other probes I had in there, but I'll work on...
  3. orangebiker

    Finally assembled!

    After sitting in the garage for a month waiting for room in the new kitchen, my son and I assembled the Wyldside yesterday, and moved her(?) to the back yard. It took a bit over an hour. Keeping with our familial naming theme for all things outdoors, we briefly brainstormed ideas. There are no...
  4. orangebiker

    Hello from sunny San Diego

    I'm a Midwest boy who went West about 19 yrs ago. I purchased my first RT-700 at the beginning of our COVID lockdown last April after agonizing over what to get. Once I'd convinced myself that RecTec was the one, I ordered the Bull, and couldn't have been happier with my purchase. My kids...
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    Is Recteq going to do a Patio Heater?

    I saw Tyson Traeger's pellet patio heater (Wood Pellet Products) last week, and really like the concept and look. I'd kick myself if I got one and then Recteq releases one. Seems like it would fit well into their "lifestyle" path. Do they have one in the works???
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    For Sale RT-700 for Sale near San Diego - SOLD

    I'm selling my Bull because I decided a brand new one would be better suited for the new kitchen we are building. $800 firm, and you'll need to pick it up. Works flawlessly, front shelf and cover included (cover has the usual small tear, but is below control panel, so everything stays dry...