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Weber Grill Forum (Grills, Accessories) / Re: Grills Gone Wrong
« Last post by Red_5_Wrangler on Today at 07:40:50 PM »
SSP table
Free standing kettle
Gasser lower rack
And enough wood to build a treehouse!

I have a SSP that someone put some wood supports on. Not sure what to do with it beside ask for $50 or scrap it.
Dear god someone put this poor monstrosity out of its misery and put it on the rail road tracks...

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Weber Grill Forum (Grills, Accessories) / Re: Red Hot.
« Last post by bamakettles on Today at 07:33:05 PM »
Congrats, score.


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@Darko howís the porcelain enamel finish holding up after making it glow red?


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Weber Grill Forum (Grills, Accessories) / Re: Grills Gone Wrong
« Last post by ReanimatedRobot on Today at 07:14:39 PM »
Dear god someone put this poor monstrosity out of its misery and put it on the rail road tracks...
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Do not cut more holes in the bottom.  Open your bottom and top vents wide open.  Pile your coals in a C shape towards the back of the grill.  It helps to use a couple baskets to keep them in place.  Make sure your coals are lit really well before dumping them into the C shape.  After doing so you need to make sure you are using good quality wood chunks/chips to throw on the coals as you go.  If your coals are hot and the wood chunks are good then they will catch fire and raise your temps quite a bit, but you have to keep fueling the fire.  Ideally you want your baking stone over 600 degrees.  If you have a IR thermometer you can tell or if you are looking at your thermometer on your lid just make sure it exceeds this temp a fair amount.

My advice though is make sure it is a black kettle you are using because the high heat can be hard on the porcelain.  No sense in being hard on a looker.  Also, look into a KettlePizza or Pizzaque.  I have the KettlePizza ring,  Tombstone, and baking steel and it cooks pizzas in 3 to 5 minutes easy.  Back when you could actually have parties I have cooked well over a dozen in a single cook.  However, if you are going to go longer you might need to do more charcoal and keep it plenty hot.
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Hey all!

So far Iíve:

- added Unknown lid hinges
- a second thermometer by lavalock
- felt gasket seal by lava lock
- vent cool touch damper handle
- Got my slow n sear 2.0

I really need a new rubber foot for the front leg. Mine gave out and it hasnít even been 5 months.

Also thinking about getting a new grate? Maybe the 50/50 griddle / grill combo?


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Weber Grill Forum (Grills, Accessories) / Re: Show us your 26er!
« Last post by Red_5_Wrangler on Today at 06:30:36 PM »
Pac-Man

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That is fantastic!

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Weber Grill Forum (Grills, Accessories) / Re: Finally got a 26!
« Last post by Darko on Today at 06:09:39 PM »
That would be my guess. I've got a new copper lid coming. I'll have a look at the vent.

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Who cares. I finally got the grill glowing red. But just to stay on topic. I made pork kebabs..

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Woah


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