Extended Party

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Extended Party

Postby jrobfsu19 » Mon Sep 27, 2010 6:04 pm

I am looking for a new cooker now that a moving company has messed up my party. I see alot of people talking about the extended party. What is the difference between that and the party model?
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Re: Extended Party

Postby Braddog » Tue Sep 28, 2010 8:10 am

It's deeper than a regular Party. I'm not sure how much, but 4-5" I think. It's enough of a difference that a side of ribs will fit front to back instead of diagonally.

The other difference is that the cooking grates are made of expanded metal as opposed to stainless cooking racks. I believe that's a function of not selling enough of them to warrant commissioning stainless racks to be built.

Good luck!

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