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Re: Gas grills [Re: onlysmith&wesson] #7604733 09/12/19 01:49 AM
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Originally Posted by onlysmith&wesson
I have a Webber. It will do what you're talking about. Well built, good heat sink, double wall lid, hold heats perfectly. I have a rotisserie for chickens and beef tenderloins. That sucker will get hot, light all three burners, close the lid watch the needle.


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Re: Gas grills [Re: rjf1911] #7604759 09/12/19 02:12 AM
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I have a Kenmore Elite. I like it, but can’t get it past about 600. I cook slower , so it’s fine for me.

Before that I had a Turbo....it’ll get to the temp you want. I could control the temp easily.

If I had it to do again, I would have gotten another Turbo.

Now, both of mine were LNG, not propane.


LNG burns cooler than LP based on equal amounts of fuel used. I have always switched my propane grills to natural gas and still used propane. The Ng uses a larger profile for more flow, more Lp flowing means it gets hotter.

I’d like something between 700-1000 degrees. Sometimes I like to throw in a seasoned cast iron skillet, toss the steak on it, but it has to be very very hot to achieve the right cook. I love a good seared/char yet remain blue inside.


So if I convert mine back to propane, I can get it hotter?

If that’s the case, I am going to do it....only reason I changed was convenience.




Just switch it to propane, leave all the LNG stuff in place.

Re: Gas grills [Re: SnakeWrangler] #7604768 09/12/19 02:22 AM
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Originally Posted by SnakeWrangler
I hope I don't throw a monkey wrench in your kitchen design but for mine I am planning to use a 250-300 gal propane tank to run...



Jes a thought....might consider what else you want in your kitchen and plan for a remote fuel tank..... 2cents


My house is propane. Ive got a large tank that runs the house. I run my gas grill on a small LP cylinder. I had thought before about running a dedicated line to the grill from my big tank, BUT, In the 10 years I have been here, Ive never once left my stove burners running accidentily, but I have left the gas grill on the back porch running three separate times, each time running the propane tank empty. If I had it run from my big tank, that could be a VERY costly mistake. So, that changed my mind on that idea. Ill stick to the cylinders.


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Re: Gas grills [Re: BigPig] #7604841 09/12/19 03:44 AM
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It's going where this one was. On the left side of the fireplace is my propane line. I'm really considering doing a built in and tapping into the gas line. It's 60 inches between the wall and fireplace.

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I think you should absolutely tap into the gas line, and I also like a built in. That’s what I did with mine and I don’t have to mess with tanks anymore.

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Originally Posted by Greg
I think you should absolutely tap into the gas line, and I also like a built in. That’s what I did with mine and I don’t have to mess with tanks anymore.

Did this on my previous house. Very convenient. Would do it again if I had natural gas service out where I live now.


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Re: Gas grills [Re: dkershen] #7604861 09/12/19 04:46 AM
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I think you should absolutely tap into the gas line, and I also like a built in. That’s what I did with mine and I don’t have to mess with tanks anymore.

Did this on my previous house. Very convenient. Would do it again if I had natural gas service out where I live now.


Heck yeah. I only deal with propane at the lease. The bbq places will get you someone cheaper than a plumber to tap into it. You call a plumber and they want $500+ and will pull permits. But mine was an exposed service line so easy, no digging. $200.

Re: Gas grills [Re: BigPig] #7604999 09/12/19 01:00 PM
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Could you get Webber and remove side burner?


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Originally Posted by BigPig
It's going where this one was. On the left side of the fireplace is my propane line. I'm really considering doing a built in and tapping into the gas line. It's 60 inches between the wall and fireplace.

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Looks like a great spot for a built in. I’d go that route.

Nice patio.


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I just turned it on . I was looking bird dogs in the butt this morning.


Re: Gas grills [Re: BigPig] #7605293 09/12/19 06:00 PM
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Re: Gas grills [Re: Duck_Hunter] #7605336 09/12/19 06:54 PM
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Originally Posted by Duck_Hunter
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It's going where this one was. On the left side of the fireplace is my propane line. I'm really considering doing a built in and tapping into the gas line. It's 60 inches between the wall and fireplace.

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Looks like a great spot for a built in. I’d go that route.

Nice patio.



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Re: Gas grills [Re: BigPig] #7605362 09/12/19 07:38 PM
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I have this grill below. It's a salamander style, which the IR heat comes from above, not below. It cooks hotter and without the drippings flaring up, like on a gas grill with the heat source below. I love this style of grill, but I would change to a different salamander style grill on my next purchase.

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Re: Gas grills [Re: onlysmith&wesson] #7605438 09/12/19 09:30 PM
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Originally Posted by onlysmith&wesson
Could you get Webber and remove side burner?




According to Weber, NO, because of the way the grills air intake and exhaust works.

Re: Gas grills [Re: BigPig] #7605494 09/12/19 10:42 PM
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Re: Gas grills [Re: Judd] #7605556 09/12/19 11:46 PM
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Originally Posted by Judd
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Can you please eJuddulate what you’re referring to?

Re: Gas grills [Re: BigPig] #7605569 09/13/19 12:05 AM
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BP a little more than you are talking about but

https://www.williams-sonoma.com/products/otto-wilde-the-otto-grill/?pkey=s%7Cotto%7C167
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Re: Gas grills [Re: BigPig] #7605581 09/13/19 12:19 AM
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Originally Posted by BigPig
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Can you please eJuddulate what you’re referring to?


Just once, one of you will accept the other’s advice. One day

Re: Gas grills [Re: BigPig] #7605678 09/13/19 01:37 AM
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Thinking this may be my answer. All the reviews are good, 15 year warranty, and the side infrared burner can reach up to 1800 degrees for a good searing.

https://www.bbqguys.com/napoleon/ro...ill-with-infrared-side-burner-r525sibpss

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As rare as you cook a steak you should be able to only burn a few gallons a year so that looks good giggles.


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Originally Posted by BigPig
Thinking this may be my answer. All the reviews are good, 15 year warranty, and the side infrared burner can reach up to 1800 degrees for a good searing.

https://www.bbqguys.com/napoleon/ro...ill-with-infrared-side-burner-r525sibpss

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Just get an kamado style grill and be done. Use a torch to light it and it’s just as fast as a gas grill but much much better.

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Originally Posted by 2Beez
As rare as you cook a steak you should be able to only burn a few gallons a year so that looks good giggles.


So a butane lighter will be sufficient?

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Originally Posted by BigPig
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As rare as you cook a steak you should be able to only burn a few gallons a year so that looks good giggles.


So a butane lighter will be sufficient?


Hell, just hit it with a big propane torch and call it good. Butane lighter might take you 3 minutes or so to cook that mess you love to brag about eating.


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Originally Posted by BigPig
Thinking this may be my answer. All the reviews are good, 15 year warranty, and the side infrared burner can reach up to 1800 degrees for a good searing.

https://www.bbqguys.com/napoleon/ro...ill-with-infrared-side-burner-r525sibpss


Would be my choice as well. That looks really nice. I'd put that infrared burner to a lot of use.

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