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Grid Size

edited 9:18AM in EggHead Forum
I have the large GBE and a plate sitter. Went to buy a grid for placing on upsidedown platesitter. What is sold as 18 1/2inches measures 17 1/2inches when measured with a ruler. What is the measurement I should measure for the proper grid. Thanks.


  • Char-WoodyChar-Woody Posts: 2,642
    Thomas, if its the weber for a spare grill, the 22 or 22 1/2 label usually is the right one.

  • Char-Woody,The grill grid on the LGE measures 18 inches. I want to indirect heat on top of a platesetter and am looking for for the proper grid size measured with a tape that is used like the one on tm52 site for indirect cooking with a plate setter. Any help is appreciated.

  • CharlyCharly Posts: 23
    Thomas, If you invert your platesetter(legs up)it will rest on your fire ring and you can place your grid on the legs for indirect cooking-no extra grid needed.

  • Charly, Thanks for the help. Learn something new on this site everyday.

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