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Help finding a replacement cooking grill

Postby brothers » Sat Feb 18, 2017 1:07 pm

My old cooker needs a new 15.5 inch diameter (max 16.25) round grill. The only one I've located is at a store that sells Big Green Egg cookers and they want $55 plus tax. In the recent past I've bought off-brand grills that size at Ace for less than ten dollars. Now it seems Weber has some kind of monopoly and they don't make my size anymore. I found a damaged one on ebay for $24, and that still sucks. What do you suggest? I've been to Lowes and Home Depot and Walmart and Amazon with no luck.
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Re: Help finding a replacement cooking grill

Postby ajsaxs » Tue Feb 21, 2017 11:12 am

Check out the Old Smokey grills made in Texas.
Excellent for grilling and smoking.

http://www.oldsmokey.com/

Happy BBQ.
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Re: Help finding a replacement cooking grill

Postby brothers » Sun Apr 09, 2017 7:02 pm

It seems if I want the grill that fits, I'm going to have to invest in the $55 one. Unfortunately, this is something I learned a long time ago after searching very hard for a car part that was hard to find even when the salvage yards told me they had them "out back". Turns out I spent hours on end looking for a cheap one that didn't exist, when all I had to do was go get the more expensive one that actually did exist. Happened more than once before I finally realized what my problem was.
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