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Kohler Cooking lunch


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Old 08-01-2017, 03:20:15 PM
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Cooking with a antique broiler powered by the Kohler light plant.
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I Love it!!!
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Is it a 32 volt broiler?
Just about need booster cables for cord..
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Is that a Cub Cadet gas tank?
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This one is 115 volt, 60 cycles, automatic. IIRC, I have seen a 40 volt battery charging version (for a 32 volt battery) listed in literature. Also a 140 volt one for a 112 volt battery .
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120 VAC broiler and Kohler light plant

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Yes. Cub cadet. I have a gas tank to put under the trailer but haven't found my round tuet
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How are you keeping the beer cold? Kohler-powered fridge, I hope...
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Grin, I should have a Kohler powered frig. That was one of the selling points. It would run a "city" frig. I use a old Colman cooler that with plenty of ice will keep plenty of beer cold for 4 days. Probably longer but I run out. Grin. Next show is Rough and Tumble. Last year I was set up next to few locals that were upset the first day because I jab the means to cook but didn't have any local specialties. The following days we ate like baptist. Every one brought a dish to pass.
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