Barbecue ( Discuss barbecue and grilling--southern style "low and slow" smoking of ribs, shoulders and briskets, as well as direct heat grilling of everything from burgers to salmon to vegetables.

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Old 18-04-2005, 07:31 AM
D Wou
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Default Nexgrill Stainless Steel Pedestal

Has anyone had any experiences with this barbecue. On for 439CND at Costco

This pedestal grill boasts 672-square inches of overall cooking area, a
convenient push and turn ignition, cast iron side burner and a heavy-duty
rotisserie kit. Durable and attractive 304 stainless steel construction
withstands heavy usage as well as outdoor elements. Space saving pedestal

a.. Setup for LP, needs conversion kit for natural gas hook up
b.. Outdoor stainless steel gas grill
c.. 304 Stainless steel construction
d.. 672 square inches overall cooking area
e.. Patented push and turn ignition system
f.. 3 stainless tube main burners with 12,000 BTUs each
g.. 1 rear burner with 7,000 BTU
h.. 1 cast brass, side burner with 12,000 BTU
i.. Heavy-duty, double layer lid and 1 side shelf
j.. 2 heavy-duty, stainless steel grill rods (10.75" x 19")
k.. 3 zigzag shape, stainless steel flame tamers
l.. Heavy-duty rotisserie kit
m.. Safety automatic shut off for rotisserie
n.. Zinc alloy knobs
o.. Overall dimensions: 23" W x 50" L x 47" H (with side shelves on)
p.. Weight: 165 lbs.

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