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    outdoor bbq gazebos

    have any of you ever seen or used these?
    I would like to get some reviews before I consider purchasing
    http://www.sportsmansguide.com/net/cb/g ... x?a=784499
    http://www.sportsmansguide.com/net/cb/e ... x?a=918450
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    Re: outdoor bbq gazebos

    I've been looking at similar structures for my bbq and electric smoker, but the trouble has been that they don't provide a ton of coverage in the weather I'm most worried about--storms. If you get much wind with your rain, you have to be pretty careful setting up to keep the gear from getting drenched.

    I think I'm going with something like this anyway, and just getting a cover for the smoker for when it's not in use. Then they're still in business if it's just drizzling.

    As for those two, at least where I live, the fact that the Guide Gear mentions "light rain" and the Eclipse mentions "Stormy weather" would put my uneducated bias in favor of the Eclipse.

    I'd love to hear if anyone else has experience with either of them, too.
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    Re: outdoor bbq gazebos

    Here's mine. I bought it a Wally World for $139 last weekend. It is a Mainstays brand. It is 4ft by 8ft and also had two glass shelves on the sides which I did not use since I had the table already. It's a Chinese piece of **** like everything else, but for the price I feel it's a good value. Hope this helps!
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    Re: outdoor bbq gazebos

    looks perfect for your setup
    Intex 16ftx32ftx52in rectangular / Hayward 2 speed pump / Hayward 21in sand filter / Intex SWG / still saying solar panels coming next year

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    Re: outdoor bbq gazebos

    Walmart has one now for $88. It's pretty basic, but might work for what you want.

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    Re: outdoor bbq gazebos

    I was a Sam's Club yesterday. They had a gazebo with two bar tops and counterspace that was amazing. Too bad it was $600. Here is the online listing, but believe me, the pictures don't begin to do it justice.

    http://www.samsclub.com/sams/shop/pr...redirect=false
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    Re: outdoor bbq gazebos

    We ordered the Eclipse (got it through Amazon), and it was delivered on Friday. We opened up the box and took everything out to make sure everything was included and that there was no damage.

    With this heat (99 degrees today) I'm not sure when I will get around to assembling it. So, for now, one of the cars sits in the driveway while the garage bay is covered with Eclipse parts.
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    Re: outdoor bbq gazebos

    I purchased a normal gazebo from Walmart for $199 & put my main grill just outside of it.
    Doesnt protect the grill but gives me a nice big shady area to sit.
    Have my smoker under it as well
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    Re: outdoor bbq gazebos

    I have completed the assembly of the Eclipse Grill Center. I was able to do 99% of the assembly by myself. But, I did have to deviate from the instructions a few times.

    I had 2 defective parts. One of the side shelves did not have threaded inserts in all the holes. And, one of the lights was DOA.

    I ordered the Grill Center from Amazon, but it is actually sold and shipped by Bargain Outfitters. When I contacted them about the defective parts, they were extremely helpful. They asked me for all the information about the part and said they would ship replacement parts to me. 2 days later I received an e-mail that the replacement shelf had shipped. A couple of days after that I got an e-mail that the light had shipped. I have received both parts, and everything is complete.

    While I am disappointed about the defective parts, I can't say enough good things about the customer service I received from Bargain Outfitters.
    Vince L

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