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    Gas Grill Reviews

    Team,

    Looking to build an outdoor kitchen and I was wondering what everyone is installing for gas grills

    Thanks,

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    Re: Gas Grill Reviews

    Charcoal is the only way to cook my friend.


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    Re: Gas Grill Reviews

    We have a Weber performer charcoal and Weber gas grill. Great combo with best of both worlds of grilling. However both are stand alone units so not such a clean install in an outdoor kitchen. cheers
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    Re: Gas Grill Reviews

    I think there are some top performers in different applications - size, price, etc. Any hints as to what you're looking for?
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    i would be looking for a grill 2500k and under and 30-40 inch in size, let me know if you need anything else but that is a start

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    Re: Gas Grill Reviews

    I have a 20 year old Nag gas Ducane. Up till now I have never had to replace anything on it. It does need a new burner tube finally on the left side and the ceramic briquette tray is starting to burn thru in a couple of places.

    I have two half barrels and three grates for any charcoal cooking we do. We usually do 50-60 chicken halves a couple times per year for parties at the house.
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    Look at Fire Magic. I have had mine for 5 years with NO ISSUES.
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    Lynx grills
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    Re: Gas Grill Reviews

    I have been really happy with my Lion built in grill. Pretty easy to disassemble for cleaning.

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    Re: Gas Grill Reviews

    Builders that I have been talking to like bull angus grill or rcs premier series

    thoughts?

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    I will be getting the summerset trl32
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    Second to summerset.
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    Re: Gas Grill Reviews

    weber performa for charcoal

    Wilmington Grill for Gas....best gas grill you will ever buy

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    Re: Gas Grill Reviews

    Weber Summit S‑660 (natural gas version).

    We normally grill 2-4x per week 8 months out of the year and 1-2x per year the other 4. I've been pretty happy with it and the price was budget friendly as well for a large grill. Two of the spark igniters did break after a couple years (the ceramic portion that holds the spark wire cracked and broke apart when I brushed them during a deep cleaning). I still need to get them replaced, but other than that and a couple screws that have corroded and broke on the interior, we've used the heck out of this this grill for the last 3 years and it's been a rock solid performer otherwise.

    The stainless grill plates and interior are in great shape still which I am pleased about as my last grill was a cheap big box store grill that did not hold up well.

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    We have a Weber Performer Deluxe, charcoal with gas starter. We love it! This is our second one. We grill out 4-5 days a week, 52 weeks a year.
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