Barbecue (alt.food.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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Default Custom upgrading Weber Q 200 to Weber Q 220

Hi all,

I bought a Weber Q 200 earlier this year. Weber recently added a
thermometer to the cover and added 20 to the model number. I just
ordered a thermometer and will drill a hole in the cover. Has anyone
tried this yet?

Thanks,

David


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Default Custom upgrading Weber Q 200 to Weber Q 220

On 2006-03-10 02:17:20 +1100, ddennick said:

Hi all,

I bought a Weber Q 200 earlier this year. Weber recently added a
thermometer to the cover and added 20 to the model number. I just
ordered a thermometer and will drill a hole in the cover. Has anyone
tried this yet?

Thanks,

David


Okay, so this post is pretty old, but here's my 2ΒΆ anyway:

The biggest difference between the 200 and the 220 is that the 220 is
better suited for roasting. This is achieved by the addition of a
thermometer, plus a 25mm higher and broader domed lid. Maybe see if you
can order a 'replacement' 220 lid from Weber directly, as these are a
cinch to swap over.



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