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Have a 2003 Smokey Mountain Series 36'' gas smoker and looking for part AZ001163 Wood Chip box and AZ001111 Water Bowl. Any idea how I can purchase these. I live in Wasilla, Alaska phone number 907-357-4407 email ams@gci.net. Thank you for your time. Have a 2003 Smokey Mountain Series 36'' gas grill. Am looking for part AZ001163 wood chip box and part AZ001111 water bowl. I live in Wasilla, Alaska and can't seem to find out where to order these parts. Please advise. Phone 907-357-4407 email ams@gci.net. Thank you for your time.

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