Bass Pro Shops® Stainless Steel Turkey Fryer with Spigot
- Versatile, easy to clean, powerful cooker
- 30-Quart stainless steel pot with lid and handy copper spigot for easy oil removal
- Powerful and adjustable 38,000 BTU cast iron burner
- Burner comes with regulator and hose
- Worry free safety timer
- 13.5'' high round base with adjustable safety brackets hold pot in place
- Turkey rack
- Lifter hook
- 12" deep fry thermometer
- Marinade injector
Manufacturer model #: TF4039-013182-ST.
Endorsed by the National Wild Turkey Federation.
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by DTMcope multi uses We bought the Stainless Steel Turkey Fryer with the Spigot to make hot water for Hot Chocolate, Tea and Coffee while out with big groups in the dessert. It works very well and setting it up on a table with its spigot container and stand for drinks helps speed access to drinks while feeding hundreds of hungry and thirsty people in a short period of time and minimal effort . You just add water as needed and the burner keeps the water hot. A very good value for the price . March 14, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Zizi13 Stainless Steel Turkey Fryer Awesome product which was easy to assemble, and easy to clean. My turkey came out wonderful A+++++ January 3, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Homebrew101 Great bang for the buck for new homebrewer Looked at several different options when I first began doing homebrew and ended up with this because it was the best "bang for the buck" I found. The large 30qt/7.5 gal pot is good for doing 5 gallon extract brews. HOWEVER, if you are planning on doing all grain brewing or plan on moving to all grain in the near future, I would still recommend getting this setup with the understanding that you WILL need a larger pot for 5 gallon all grain recipes. Mixed signals on what the exact BTU rating is on the burner. Website says 38k BTU but my box said 55k? All I know is when cranked up it will bring 6.5 gallons to a boil very quickly. The stainless steel is much better than aluminum and it holds heat well when steeping your grains with burner off. The spigot is a nice touch but mine really needed to be cranked down as to not leak. Overall, great buy when you factor in the free shipping that was offered at the time I purchased. Side note - easy way to bypass the stupid safety timer is posted on youtube and other places online. Well worth your while to do this before you even finish putting it together. It's as simple as connecting two wires and is very straightforward. Trust me, bypass it right out of the box and don't look back. June 25, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by kimbol Awesome! I absolutely love it! I am very pleased, with this product and will recommend. I think it was a good purchase and I'd probably buy it over again and have a Great quality. December 7, 2010
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Details:then fill with water until turkey is totally submerged and make a mark at the water level to indicate how much oil to use. The front of the exterior of the pot has a line embossed that says do not fill above this level. Following the instructions and filling the pot with water as indicated with the size turkey you are about to fry does not marry up to the line embossed on the exterior of the pot. The level of water is always greater and above the embossed line on the exterior of the pot.
Which level of oil is correct, the not to exceed line embossed on the exterior of the pot or the method indicated in the instruction book regarding the size of the turkey and adding enough water to submerge the turkey?
A:The instructions should say to remove turkey from water, then mark the water level. It' s possible that the bird is too big for your cooker if your new mark is significantly higher than the max fill line. The max fill line is for oil without the bird in it and is to help prevent boil overs when inserting a cold bird into hot oil. If your new mark is a little above the max fill line, then just use the max fill line as your mark, and the bird will cook fine.
Details:I want to take it off and replace it with another one, so if it is removable what size is the hole it will leave behind
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A:It is removable, it comes with a nut on the back side you could loosen and remove, but I would not recommend it. You want to make sure it won't leak, especially if you are cooking in oil that is flamable, no sense in taking a chance on a leak.
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