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Menzies wrote: »
What cover charge are you thinking?
pepperfire wrote: »
Meninzes how is yours holding up
Sea Snake wrote: »
They're just little crispy bites of protein....:willynilly
troutdiggler wrote: »
I don't believe they make a "good" Grill anymore, most are designed to last about 2 years. Get a stainless one, which is only stainless on the shell of the actual grill. Make a copy of the bottom pan out of stainless and make some stainless burner covers, then you only have to replace the burners until it completely falls apart. Or pay $1500 for a good one that will last about 4 years. I'm a little jaded by money spent on grills that rust away after one year. Of course I never put the cover on because if it does get wet it will rust twice as fast. You can get free stainless from restaurants that close down, behind the grills under the hood system, just yank it off the wall, or buy it(cost of a new grill)
twirp wrote: »
I have a Green Egg, Weber Genesis, and small Weber gas grill. The newest of the pack is the Egg, and we love it. The Genesis is 10 now, and works as good as new. The small Weber is a Q series and being a family of 3, it's the most used grill I have and also doubles for boat days at the sandbar. With that being said; we have 15-25 people here almost every Sunday during football season and we host all of the big, traditional holidays and most of the birthdays for our immediate family. I personally use all of them simultaneously when we have a lot of folks here. I wouldn't hesitate to buy another Weber Genesis, but would love what Menzies has, or what the fella (forgot screen name) has that he picked up at The Pratt Guys. I love the Egg, but the wife only likes certain things off it, think traditional BBQ stuff. I personally love the natural flavor charcoal provides, and cook any and everything on it.
I believe low end grilles only last a season or two, but I also believe that everything requires care and maintenance. I wash and wax the exterior of my grilles a few times a year, clean the guts after every use, and cover them when not in use. Over the top? Maybe. When my equipment last as long as it has and looks as good as it does, I'm happy. I care for my home, vehicles, boat, and my rods and reels (yes, I wax those too!) the same way.
....well, I don't wax the house :rotflmao
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