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Thread: Gas grill advice and help ID'ing an old Weber gas grill.

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    TVWBB 1-Star Olympian Rich Dahl's Avatar
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    I would jump on that if it was close to me, those are great grills.
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    It's a 2005 and can be verified by looking at the serial number inside the cabinet on the right-hand side (on the opposite side of where the tank scale is).

    2005 models are ~2 inches taller than previous models if you like that sort of thing.
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    The other option is to go with a classic Genesis "thousand" model, like a 1000, 2000 or 3000. In Florida, as Jon will attest, those panels on the bottom of those grills are really susceptible to rust, where with the old Genesis' there is not a panel like that, so the frame is your battle. However, the frame metal is nice an thick, and repairable with a little effort and some cheap materials.

    Do you enjoy doing "handy" type projects?

    If so, an older thousand might be worth looking at, since their beauty is their simplicity.

    Slainte!

    Tim
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