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Unread 07-08-2009, 01:18 PM   #1
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Default NEW Pro Series Kettle Grates available!

http://www.huntingdoncountycustoms.com/prosekegr.html

The teams asked for something heavier and we delivered! We also tweaked the grate design to give you better searing marks and more even heat distribution all at the same time!

The center section can be left for design or converted to more grate space. The grate weighs between 13 and 18 lbs when fabricated with handles. I can also make parts of it with a griddle as Skip from Swamp Pit BBQ requested in his for his famous "Skippy Burgers".



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Brian, you did a beautiful job!! I love it!!
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Great job Brian!! We will let you know what we want for our BGE grate, when things slow down a little.
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My new grate is great!!! :)

The room for the burgers is awesome. Much better then my little cast iron on the weber.

Keep 'em coming Brian.

Have you come up with a weber coal grate. The ones in the 18 and 21's always seem to fall apart. :(
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Nice! Wonder what a SmokeInDaEye grate would look like...;)
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WOW !!!

if it's possible to make Skippy burgers any better... you did it !!
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My new grate is great!!! :)

The room for the burgers is awesome. Much better then my little cast iron on the weber.

Keep 'em coming Brian.

Have you come up with a weber coal grate. The ones in the 18 and 21's always seem to fall apart. :(
Thanks guys! Yes Skip I can also make a coal grate. I am thinking of beefing one up soon. No need for mine yet but if anyone wants me to design one, lemmy know! itll be a good reason to bang one out and get it offered on the site.

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Definitely. My coal grate on my 21 is warped broken and just plain ol' wasted. If you have time then make me up one. I'm sure there are others who are interested too.
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Those are beauties. I was wondering how the kettle will withstand constant 13-18#.
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Those are beauties. I was wondering how the kettle will withstand constant 13-18#.
Mine gets carried and strapped down often in my line of work. I with the legs constantly falling off, I am drilling and making twist wire locks for my legs. The bowl and alum legs handle the weight just fine. I definitely put my kettle through a trial and its holding up nice!

Thinking I need to get a smokey joe for my daughter and do it up right!

Skip, I will get on that in the coming weeks guy. I did see the charcoal rack of yours saggin in the middle at placid.
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Thanks Brian. I will keep bumping the thread until I see the prototype :)
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How are you liking that grate skip? I have the lower grate to give you at New Holland!
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Its absolutely awesome Brian. Can't say enough.

I suggest any brethren who likes their weber kettle to consider one. The steel hold heat which really help on long cooks. It cleans well seasons easily and really offers a nice alternative to the flimsy wire ones that weber uses in the 18 and 21's.
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We still gotta talk about that massive 26" you got!
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