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Unread 06-11-2013, 07:29 PM   #26
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If you have access to any tools, a little rebar and expanded metal and you can have a fire grate for a bunch less that $52 + shipping & tax.
Originally Posted by westy View Post
No, unfortunately it doesn't. They run about 52 bucks for a 20x30. If using just wood though, there should be enough natural draft and spaces between the wood to keep the fire burning nice and hot. Think cooking over a campfire. But im gonna go ahead and put a grate together at least for the charcoal when I use it.
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