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silverfinger 11-21-2013 12:56 PM

Cast Iron Grate for Weber 22.5"
 
Ive seen these before here on the Brethren.

Anyone care to share where they got theirs from and how they like it?

SkinnyVinny 11-21-2013 01:00 PM

Do you mean the Craycrofts?

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/...AL._SX450_.jpg

silverfinger 11-21-2013 01:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SkinnyVinny (Post 2702170)

Yes, and any other brands that might be available.

NeoTrout 11-21-2013 01:11 PM

You mean Craycort.
https://www.cast-iron-grate.com
I have had one of these for a few years now and like it very much. :cool:

ssv3 11-21-2013 01:21 PM

Hey Ray,

Here are a few more choices

Char-broil Univeral CI grates

http://www.amazon.com/Char-Broil-Uni...ast+iron+grate

And Stok CI grates that should fit as well.

http://www.amazon.com/SIS9000-Grill-...ds=stok+grates



IIRC there are a few more off brands available as well.

Bluesman 11-21-2013 01:23 PM

I have the Craycort and really like it

SkinnyVinny 11-21-2013 01:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by silverfinger (Post 2702172)
Yes, and any other brands that might be available.

I have a friend that has the weber cast grate insert. He seems to like it for searing and getting those hash marks. Cheaper alternative as well.

Any reason you want the cast iron over the one that comes with the weber?

https://fc03a76d7309b5c68d79-d0aeafc...20_324x240.jpg

silverfinger 11-21-2013 02:04 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SkinnyVinny (Post 2702297)
I have a friend that has the weber cast grate insert. He seems to like it for searing and getting those hash marks. Cheaper alternative as well.

Any reason you want the cast iron over the one that comes with the weber?

https://fc03a76d7309b5c68d79-d0aeafc...20_324x240.jpg

Ive always liked grilling on cast iron.

NeoTrout 11-21-2013 02:12 PM

This just in on Facebook from Craycort:

Black Friday Discount Alert!
Now is the right time to get that accessory or additional grate you have been waiting for:

- We now have pizzastones, beer can chicken seats and griddles for every size grate we make.
- Vegetable Woks are available for our 22", 18" and new XLegg-grates(only 2013 models).
- Any fishermen out there should try our flying fish holder, works great for trouts!

New in our lineup is the solid cast iron pan insert for the 22" grate. Good for popcorn or frying on the grill.

With this code you get 20% off every product

blackfriday20

Valid till november 30th 2013.

Good timing! :cool:

https://www.cast-iron-grate.com

silverfinger 11-21-2013 02:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by NeoTrout (Post 2702309)
This just in on Facebook from Craycort:

Black Friday Discount Alert!
Now is the right time to get that accessory or additional grate you have been waiting for:

- We now have pizzastones, beer can chicken seats and griddles for every size grate we make.
- Vegetable Woks are available for our 22", 18" and new XLegg-grates(only 2013 models).
- Any fishermen out there should try our flying fish holder, works great for trouts!

New in our lineup is the solid cast iron pan insert for the 22" grate. Good for popcorn or frying on the grill.

With this code you get 20% off every product

blackfriday20

Valid till november 30th 2013.

Good timing! :cool:

https://www.cast-iron-grate.com

Thats good stuff right there! Thanks!:clap2:

qnbiker 11-21-2013 02:21 PM

I have the Stok. A little thin but it works fine. I use it on the spare kettle when I'm cooking more than can fit on the Performer. I prefer the stainless Weber grate and use that on my Performer.

Craycort has a 15% off sale until Black Friday.

edit: looks like it's 20% off (website says 15)!

dwfisk 11-21-2013 02:36 PM

My son has had Craycorts on his performer for years and they are still going strong. I just got a set for my 26.75 OGT And they are great. They cook & sear much better that wire grates and very easy to maintain, just brush them off when done cooking and a light coat of cooking oil.

Bluesman 11-21-2013 02:58 PM

Need anymore proof..........................:becky:

Pros: Really heavy, sear fantastic, cleanup easy, pre seasoned
Cons, Have to take 5 parts out to setup grill, really heavy, that is all

http://i540.photobucket.com/albums/g...s/100_1946.jpg

http://i540.photobucket.com/albums/g...k/100_1928.jpg

mbshop 11-21-2013 03:59 PM

if yer tight like me, I just throw a cast iron grate from another grill on top of the regular grate and cook that way. works great.

coachop94 11-23-2013 08:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mbshop (Post 2702426)
if yer tight like me, I just throw a cast iron grate from another grill on top of the regular grate and cook that way. works great.

That's an excellent economical idea.:clap2:


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