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Posted by Parrothead on December 07, 2011 at 18:26:16:

So I'm looking at hard mounting a couple cookers on the back of a trailer, at least one an offset. If you mount the offset level on the trailer then you have to pitch the trailer to get the cooker to drain the grease properly. Thats fine but then the inside of the trailer isnt level. So does a guy pitch the cooker from the get go? But then I can see problems with that too. Wondering if there is some sort of way to have adjustable legs on a cooker that would still be good and stable for going down the road?
Thanks
john


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