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Old 04-05-2012, 02:18 PM   #1
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The gas grill at our river cabin died after many years of faithful service.
I'm looking for a replacement for less than $400.
What do ya'll recommend?
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Old 04-05-2012, 02:24 PM   #2
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I have not cooked on a gas grill in a number of years so I am no help there but, if it were me, I would save up another $200 or so and get a Big Green Egg from Escambia Electric. Just my $0.02.
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[QUOTE=joebuck;869120]I have not cooked on a gas grill in a number of years so I am no help there but, if it were me, I would save up another $200 or so and get a Big Green Egg from Escambia Electric. Just my $0.02

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Yeah, I got a BGE and love it! Sometimes though we just want to throw some sausage on the grill without firing up the BGE. So we keep gas grills also.
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Home Depot has some good deals right now on some, I got a charbroil infer red grill there a few years ago and i have had zero issues with it being even cooking to rust. I think they around $350-$400 for a good sized one.

If you feel like you may want to run with one of those dual fuel ones check academy and there like $250 but not sure about quality
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Academy had a double wide gas grill with a detachable smoker box that my gpa said he picked up for around 375.
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Old 04-06-2012, 07:54 AM   #7
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Weber.
Moving soon, so I am retiring mine after 20+ years on the screened porch.
A Weber is hard to beat, I had a Genesis series.
That being said, I am curious about the new infrared grills.
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Old 04-06-2012, 09:32 AM   #8
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Home Depot has some good deals right now on some, I got a charbroil infer red grill there a few years ago and i have had zero issues with it being even cooking to rust. I think they around $350-$400 for a good sized one.

If you feel like you may want to run with one of those dual fuel ones check academy and there like $250 but not sure about quality

Our model airplane club just bought a new stainless steel one for $300, at Home Depot I think. It's a very nice grill with side burner.

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