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    Default Cowboy Cooker (it gits 'em well done)

    I built this pitt just for cooking cowboys. I have seen several firepits set up for cooking over the years. This is my version made from a harrow disc.


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    Why would you wanna cook a cowboy, ain't they a little tough?

    I like that set up

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    Pretty snazzy.

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    Very cool, it kind of looks like a drum Kit
    For t hose Times when you really need to go pantera and do cowboys from hell ok that's a metal head reference there.
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    Very cool. Well done.
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    That's very creative!

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    That looks like it took a lot of planning and diagramming.

    Very well thought out design.

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    Looks good, nonetheless.

    By the way, just in case anyone’s interested, my old associate is selling an American Force Independence SS and Nitto tire package. If anyone’s interested, feel free to PM me.
    Last edited by Jasonet; 12-02-2019 at 07:29 PM.

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    Far out and solid!
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