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    22.5" Cast Iron Grates

    I been looking for cast iron grate for my kettle. They seem to be in short supply. Was try to find the Stok SIS9000 Grill Replacement 22-1/2-Inch Grate

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    There are multiple options

    Craycort
    https://www.cast-iron-grate.com/grat...le-grills.html

    Malory
    https://malorycookware.com/products/grill-grate

    Napolean
    https://www.atbbq.com/napoleon-grill...e-22-inch.html

    Do Look at Stainless Steel options though as they are practically maintenance free

    https://abcbarbecue.com/product/22-cooking-grate/

    Super Solid Life long kind of Grates
    http://killagrilla.com/

    Weber also has Stainless GBS Grates (Removal Centers) Style
    Last edited by Chiku; 02-14-2019 at 07:50 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiku View Post
    There are multiple options

    Craycort
    https://www.cast-iron-grate.com/grat...le-grills.html

    Malory
    https://malorycookware.com/products/grill-grate

    Napolean
    https://www.atbbq.com/napoleon-grill...e-22-inch.html

    Do Look at Stainless Steel options though as they are practically maintenance free

    https://abcbarbecue.com/product/22-cooking-grate/

    Super Solid Life long kind of Grates
    http://killagrilla.com/

    Weber also has Stainless GBS Grates (Removal Centers) Style

    I had the craycort
    Rusted away pretty quick in humid wet south louisiana

    Heat of grilling fire burns seasoning grease off, leaves it unprotected.

    After a year , wife cooked on disposeable aluminum mesh to avoid rust flakes on meat

    If you going to re-season after every cook, or store indoors, thats what will take in humid wet place.

    If live in socal or nm, probably not issue.

    Someone needs to make cast ss
    Last edited by MartinB; 02-14-2019 at 08:32 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MartinB View Post
    I had the craycort
    Rusted away pretty quick in humid wet south louisiana

    Heat of grilling fire burns seasoning grease off, leaves it unprotected.

    After a year , wife cooked on disposeable aluminum mesh to avoid rust flakes on meat

    If you going to re-season after every cook, or store indoors, thats what will take in humid wet place.

    If live in socal or nm, probably not issue.

    Someone needs to make cast ss
    Good quality Stainless steel will help alleviate some of these maintaance issues for sure.
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    Probably right about going stainless. I went stainless on my new griddle and glad I did.

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