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Saw this on the side of a pickup at Walmart in Canton Texas awhile ago!
The decal on top of the windshield read (Saving vegetarians one person at a time). Loved it.
 

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hey can you help? I bought a Pit Boss Platinum 1000 I love the grill but I am wondering if I will be able to use it this winter to smoke turkey, as Pit Boss told me yesterday they do not make an insulating blanket, you think I will be alright here in Ohio?
 
I’ve seen almost the same question on here. Pitboss may not sell it but if I were you I’d look at Amazon. Nothing worse than trying to smoke in the winter and can’t hold the temperature
 
I’ve seen almost the same question on here. Pitboss may not sell it but if I were you I’d look at Amazon. Nothing worse than trying to smoke in the winter and can’t hold the temperature
I looked at Amazon , Ebay and the web and found nothing for this model grill. guess I will have to buy something and jerry rig it for such an expensive grill, What a shame
 
I looked at Amazon , Ebay and the web and found nothing for this model grill. guess I will have to buy something and jerry rig it for such an expensive grill, What a shame
I’d go with a generic brand as long as it covers the grill. In Texas we call that country engineering lol
 
Paul does it all the time in the snow (he is in Canada). Fast forward to about 2:20

He has several videos of using a Pit Boss in cold weather and uses no insulation.
 
You'll be fine. I bought mine in December and cooked on it almost every day for two weeks in the cold. You'll definitely go through more pellets, but if you're like me that won't be a problem because I bought too many to begin with... ;)
I bought plenty of pellets and stored them in 5 Gal. buckets with a rubber seal to keep the moisture at bay
 
hey can you help? I bought a Pit Boss Platinum 1000 I love the grill but I am wondering if I will be able to use it this winter to smoke turkey, as Pit Boss told me yesterday they do not make an insulating blanket, you think I will be alright here in Ohio?
As long as you can keep it out of the wind you'll be fine without a blanket. If that's an issue, go to a welding supply and get a welders blanket. Fireproof and heavy. I have one on my 1150 all winter in Central Missouri
 

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