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Unread 10-05-2010, 08:47 AM   #18
bob80001
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Originally Posted by Smiter Q View Post
Thanks for sharing. What did you use to cut through the bottom and the top?

Also... this is a stone I see a lot of folks use for WEBER kettles.
It is shaped like a " D " .. which would allow more airflow.
http://www.amazon.com/Stone-20-5-Inc...ef=pd_sbs_ol_5
I used a jigsaw to make the cuts. The doohickeys that were welded on to the bottom to insert the legs in were kind of a pain, but I got around them. The grill was in such bad shape that one was already missing, and another mangled. I could have made the circle a little larger and they would have been easier to get by.

I like the "D" shaped stone idea...Moose suggested the same. Unfortunately they are too large for this grill. If anyone sees one that will fit in an 18.5" kettle, let me know!
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