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    New Blog: The Virtual Weber Gas Grill

    I've recently started a new blog called The Virtual Weber Gas Grill. I'm posting recipes, tips & techniques, and info about accessories, safety, cleaning, maintenance, restoration, and more. It's a companion to my WSM site The Virtual Weber Bullet and this discussion forum.

    I hope you'll check it out and register to receive updates! And if you have topic ideas, please let me know. You can post them here, or as a comment on the blog, or by email to virtualwebergasgrill at gmail dot com.

    Best,
    Chris

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    Once again you've put up some great info.
    Thanks for your time and dedication.
    210 18" 26" 21" 2~18" 14" 6" a Go Anywhere Gas KBB Love them all

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    Chris just a little side note on the expired propane tanks. I take my propane tanks to get filled also, but when they are expired and I can't get them filled anymore or they are getting kind of rusty, I just take them and exchange them. That way I get a new painted and inspected tank for the price of an exchange. The exchange company recerts the old tank and puts it back in the market. A lot cheaper than buying a new tank and then having it filled. I also do this with garage sale finds if they are out of cert
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Bench View Post
    Chris just a little side note on the expired propane tanks. I take my propane tanks to get filled also, but when they are expired and I can't get them filled anymore or they are getting kind of rusty, I just take them and exchange them. That way I get a new painted and inspected tank for the price of an exchange. The exchange company recerts the old tank and puts it back in the market. A lot cheaper than buying a new tank and then having it filled. I also do this with garage sale finds if they are out of cert
    Better check the dates on the "new" tanks your exchanging for. It could be older then the one your turning in. I refill tanks and many of the "re-certified" tanks I see are decades old. You can paint them and slap a sticker on them but a 25 year old tank is still 25 years old.

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