Thanks for finding those, Ed.
Joel Young hasn't been logged in to this forum since Jan 30, 2021. I think that he went dormant.Joel Young is the Artist!
I did some more searching, and member Joel Young in AZ is the guy with the great talent at replicating labels. Checkout his work here:
I think if you reached out to him he might be able to help you make perfect ones for your gauge and maybe share with the rest of us who are hoping to restore a very original Genesis.
I put it on at 4:00pm yesterday afternoon and set the temp at 225. Front burner on med, rest of the corners off. A 19x12x3 aluminum disposable pan filled to the top (1.5 gal?) with water as hot as I could get out of the faucet was on the lower level of flavorizer bars. Makes a great heat stabilizer. The upper bars were removed. Overnight the grill temp dropped to 217 as I slept and it got colder outside. At 5:00 am I dialed up the temp and it hovered around 235 until about 2:00 pm. At that time the internal temp was 183 and it was at that temp for a couple of hours. My friend who smokes a lot of meat was over and after probing and slipping the bone out, declared it done. After resting an hour wrapped in foil and towels in a cooler, it was pulled and taste tested. It was deemed a success!22hr cook for a pork shoulder? Wow. I did not know they could take that long.
It would be nice if someone could make money building stainless frames for the older Weber grills.Well, I had the same idea of doing the 303 stainless frame sitting out back eating brisket, somehow I missed this whole thread! Where has my head been? I thought it was a new idea! (Hanging head in shame).