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Unread 07-13-2013, 01:20 AM   #1
Jerkeejoe
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Default custom size grill grate?

I've got a new Genesis that I need a grate for. I have the original grates, but decided to put some grillgrates on it. With 3 grillgrate panels installed I have an opening of 10.5" wide that I need a grate to fill. Can anyone recommend someone here or who they have goo experience with? I'm leaning toward stainless, but could be convinced otherwise.
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Unread 07-13-2013, 02:00 AM   #2
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If it were my genesis I'd just sit a couple grillgrates on top of your existing grill to allow some convection heat to come up around the sides of the grates. I communicated with the guy that makes the grillgrates via few emails (he was very nice and helpful btw), and he suggested doing just that. Or just have him cut another grill grate for you custom to fit the remainder--they do custom work on grillgrates.
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Unread 07-19-2013, 10:47 AM   #3
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Default GrillGrate Questions & Answers

Brad here from GrillGrate- to followup- ON top or replace - cooks the same, just a bigger heat pop when you replace. I like to see heat escape either in the back or sides. QUESTION- to Brethren? WE DON't Offer cutting services at this time. SHOULD WE? Is $5 a cut too much? Ie 5 panels = $25 cutting fee?

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If it were my genesis I'd just sit a couple grillgrates on top of your existing grill to allow some convection heat to come up around the sides of the grates. I communicated with the guy that makes the grillgrates via few emails (he was very nice and helpful btw), and he suggested doing just that. Or just have him cut another grill grate for you custom to fit the remainder--they do custom work on grillgrates.
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Unread 07-19-2013, 01:05 PM   #4
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Maybe $5 for the 1st cut and discount for each additional cut.
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