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    Gas BBQ Grill

    Iam looking for a new gas BBQ grill nothing to expensive cooking mostly for two and will be kept under a covered deck let me know what you have and thoughts about it!
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    Kerry


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    Quote Originally Posted by oklagp1200r View Post
    Iam looking for a new gas BBQ grill nothing to expensive cooking mostly for two and will be kept under a covered deck let me know what you have and thoughts about it!
    Thanks

    Kerry

    need to know a price range....if it were me i'd stick with a generic weber

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    $700 or less!

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    I used to be the grill guy at a home depot store. Get a weber. Everything else is junk.

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    Weber.

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    I also like the Weber gas barbecue products, but decide whether you want the parts inside to be all Stainless Steel.

    Some Weber models have porcelain grills, if I recall correctly.

    I find the plastic wheels on mine to be a bit cheap (relative to the quality of the rest of the unit), but I haven't taken the time to change them for something better.

    If you are going to store it in a damp place, you might want to spray some Fluid Film on the bottom of the lower shelf and lower legs, to help keep rust at bay. Mine has not rusted, but it is stored in the open on a stone surface, under a Weber cover.

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    Weber the only way to go!!

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    Definitely by a matching cover for it and USE it.

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    Stainless Weber is what I own. Good pit. Solid brass burners, electronic ignitor. Get a nice cover as well. It will last you years.
    Some Charbroils are made by Weber also. Depends on the model.

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    I've had my Weber Genesis for 10 years, starts every time...

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