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Traeger 36" Pellet Smoker - $150 (Auburn)

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condition: fair
make / manufacturer: Trager
A weathered Trager 36" smoker.
It is rusty and could do with a wire wheel and repaint.
Everything on the grill works (i.e. controller, fan, auger).
Had a new genuine Traeger firebox installed last year (the little part where the pellets burn inside the grill).
The original legs/wheels failed, and I had a stronger steel frame made up. It could also do with a paint.
The tires need pumping up, which I should get to.
Will come with my leftover pellets. I think I have 5 or 6 gallons of them.
Includes the Traeger grill cover (I purchased 2-3 years ago, it's in good condition).
I added an extra thermometer to the grill (pictured).

The only issue (apart from the rust that needs painting), is that it only gets up to around 400F. I've gotten to 445F once, but sometimes I only get to 390F. This isn't an issue for smoking meat, but I like to cook pizzas on it, and I really need 450-500F to brown the pizzas.

Collection (I can help load, but I do not have a truck to deliver it) from Meadow Vista. Being the 36" version, it's pretty big, so a truck is advisable).

post id: 7743957260

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