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    BBq grill

    After a cast iron BBQ grill for a fire grate if anyone near me has one?
    Looking for an old bbq that is past it, can take the whole thing if that helps?

    Please PM me if you can help.
    Cheers, 40mm
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    Recycle centres usually have heaps of hot plates and grills.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moutere View Post
    Recycle centres usually have heaps of hot plates and grills.
    and burners
    Sometimes I talk to myself, and then we both have a good laugh.

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    If you keep an eye out on Trademe for a Kent BBQ, they have the best grills. Solid NZ made cast iron. Pop up quite often for cheap.
    Especially up your way.
    Every time a decent one pops up I buy it. Kiwi made and last forever.

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    thanks guys, I am going to hack it up and tack it in the bottom of a brazier thing I am buyilding for a mates 40th.
    So not too fussed about quality, just something to hold the embers up from the air holes in the base.
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    Got one here @40mm
    Swap it for a tin of 6000 rounds of 22 ammo.
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    Overkill is still dead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7mmwsm View Post
    Got one here @40mm
    Swap it for a tin of 6000 rounds of 22 ammo.
    Can you get it air lifted??
    Use enough gun

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    all sorted thanks guys.
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    If what you sorted don't fit, just use reo bars and weld together, custom fit and gap spacing. Will last longer than the brazier.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slug View Post
    If what you sorted don't fit, just use reo bars and weld together, custom fit and gap spacing. Will last longer than the brazier.
    That was my plan, but ran out of em and the cast iron grill should last a long time.

    This particular brazier will out last me I reckon.

    Truck brake drum, 10mm plate for the bottom and vent disc. 6mm plate for the hotplate and grill. 4mm thick 3" pipe legs (the legs are going to be the first to go if left in the weather for years.

    What I do need is a lid off of one of those old charcoal type BBQ's, the drum is 450mm DIA.
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    I replaced the grate in my old multi fuel/woodburner as got sick of the cast iron one burning out and trying to find a replacement all the time. Welded up D16 reo bars 20 years ago and they are still looking exactly same to this day. Even burning coal till glowing red hot does not buckle it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 40mm View Post
    That was my plan, but ran out of em and the cast iron grill should last a long time.

    This particular brazier will out last me I reckon.

    Truck brake drum, 10mm plate for the bottom and vent disc. 6mm plate for the hotplate and grill. 4mm thick 3" pipe legs (the legs are going to be the first to go if left in the weather for years.

    What I do need is a lid off of one of those old charcoal type BBQ's, the drum is 450mm DIA.
    Having seen the way you burn shit, I would suggest you keep a spare brake drum on hand. Just in case.
    Overkill is still dead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7mmwsm View Post
    Having seen the way you burn shit, I would suggest you keep a spare brake drum on hand. Just in case.
    Twisted fire starter.....
    Use enough gun

 

 

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