summit restore next up

PatrickG

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i am restoring 2 of these grills
 

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Jon Tofte

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I am not a fan of those current Summits, but if the firebox is intact without burn-through and the cabinetry isn't rusted out, I am sure they can cook well with all the components working properly. For me, they are just too heavy, too complicated and too prone to rust. I hope, however, that you have better success than I did:Summit JUNK with logo.jpeg
 

Bruce

TVWBB 1-Star Olympian
Jon's pile is bigger.

 

PatrickG

TVWBB Member
It's very funny to me, and maybe only natural, but the older we males get, the more we tend to compare scars and old injuries and our aches and pains.

So a BrucePile™ is a perimeter defense?
hi i have a question how do you get those little BBQs you have on the bottom of your post
 

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