TVWBB 1-Star Olympian
Quick search says they are for heating.
If that 2nd generation Summit Platinum was within an hour or so, I would take a chance on that one. I say that because I believe the sheet metal shop I found could help me with the firebox rebuild. The rest is pretty much stainless - but of course there would also be those EXPENSIVE flavorizer bars...
It's not as heavy as a big gas grill. Two of us lifted mine onto a 4x4 pickup without much trouble. I put the drawer, grates and heat deflector in a box to reduce the rattling and just strapped the grill in the middle of the bed, standing on the casters.I am still looking to buy a Weber Kamado with the side table.
Most likely I will be buying a used one, and again most likely will be traveling a few hours to get it.
I have a pickup truck as my sole vehicle, and have started to think about what I might need to bring with me in the way of tools/ blankets and maybe wood blocks so this grill won’t be bouncing around on the casters.
Remove the casters and ratchet strap it down?
I still haven’t seen one yet to get a sense of how it’s constructed and thought it would be good to be prepared in case I have to move quickly.
Thanks in advance
I looked it up- thought it would be hard to find replacement parts, but maybe not?