Grill recommendation
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  Re: Grill recommendation by RichK (Well, it's time to r...)
I just got a Broil King that I really like.
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  Re: Grill recommendation by RichK (Well, it's time to r...)
(06-04-2020, 09:06 PM)RichK Wrote: Well, it's time to replace my gas grill.   Recommendations on a good quality LP gas grill?  Home Depot has a selection of Webers, but I don't know if they are the same quality as Webers from grill stores (like the HD version of John Deere tractors).

I think you will find the same results as with the HD version of the JD lawn tractors.Total different machine,basically,crap.I bought a Traeger at a Traeger dealer,totaly different machine.

Mel
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#23
  Re: RE: Grill recommendation by hairy ([quote='RichK' pid='...)
(06-05-2020, 07:54 AM)hairy Wrote: Check into the Blackstone griddle. I wish I had bought one years ago.

The Blackstone grills look good but without a lid, how do you keep bugs off the food??
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  Re: RE: Grill recommendation by RichK ([quote='hairy' pid='...)
(06-07-2020, 09:32 AM)RichK Wrote: The Blackstone grills look good but without a lid, how do you keep bugs off the food??

Never had a problem.with bugs. The griddle is about 400 degrees. Most bugs don't want any part of that.
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  Re: RE: Grill recommendation by RichK ([quote='hairy' pid='...)
(06-07-2020, 09:32 AM)RichK Wrote: The Blackstone grills look good but without a lid, how do you keep bugs off the food??

I bought it with an attached hood. Some folks buy an aftermarket hood that hangs on hooks.
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#26
  Re: Grill recommendation by RichK (Well, it's time to r...)
Traeger are the same no matter the dealer, same with weber. Service however are completely different from store to store. If you want any support for either after the sale go with a non big box dealer. We (Ace) assemble and deliver for free on both traeger and webers... boxes wont do that for you and are same price.
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  Re: RE: Grill recommendation by Mags® (Traeger are the same...)
(06-07-2020, 09:49 PM)Mags® Wrote: Traeger are the same no matter the dealer, same with weber.   Service however are completely different from store to store.   If you want any support for either after the sale go with a non big box dealer.   We (Ace) assemble and deliver for free on both traeger and webers...  boxes wont do that for you and are same price.

Thanks for the info Mags,unfortunately we don't have Ace.

Mel
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#28
  Re: Grill recommendation by RichK (Well, it's time to r...)
Understood, just hoping you have someone to buy from that isn't a box. We have to handle their issues all the time.
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  Re: RE: Grill recommendation by Mags® (Understood, just hop...)
(06-08-2020, 04:24 PM)Mags® Wrote: Understood, just hoping you have someone to buy from that isn't a box.   We have to handle their issues all the time.

We do have a Traeger dealer,that is where I bought mine.A little more expensive than the box but the service is top notch.

Mel
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#30
  Re: Grill recommendation by RichK (Well, it's time to r...)
Tell you what....

Get it assembled and delivered.

Yes

I bought a Weber Spirit 310 three burner grill with the cabinet (which I recommend) from Amazon a few years ago.

I was assembling it while watching a football game, and enjoying a few beers.

Took me darn near the whole game to finish it.

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