I purchased my 1300 from BBQ guys in Louisiana, and the shipped it on a pallet. Absolutely zero damage to the box or grill.
Perhaps Traeger could save a boatload of expense and customer headache/frustration if they shipped these grills on pallets, instead of just a cardboard box.
The power cord that comes out off the Traeger is 18 gauge, so a standard 16 gauge cord will work fine. I use a 14 gauge outdoor lighted cord, but 14 gauge is probably overkill, but it’s what I already had.
I agree! I believe many of those recipes in the app were developed in the kitchen using a big ol Viking or Wolf commercial oven, and most of the temps don’t reflect what anyone would do on a smoker, let alone a pellet grill.
It just appears to me that Traeger was in a hurry to get recipes for...
Yes,I agree with that. Many of the Costco grills get returned for just that reason. That said, I don’t believe I’ve ever owned a grill/smoker with an accurate pit probe.
However Yoder may just be changing that with FireBoard electronics and probes.
I always thought that great electronics...