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I've used the High Que grate for the large and love it.
Not really. LIttle chips that fall through burn down in the bottom. But the amount is insignificant compared to how much you are using.
Would you suggest one for my mini as well? Got this Amazon card buring a hole in my wallet! lol
I had an Amazon gift card from Christmas as well, and actually just bought a High-Que grate for my large. Its coming Thursday.
From all the comments and reviews I've read, I'm looking forward to getting to temp quicker and getting higher temps.
Have in all three: Large, Small, and Mini. I like them very much in all three. This is a pic in the Mini (Mini and Small the same size).
Do you lose a lot of charcoal because the grates are wider than the holes on the stock? I've considered buying one of these off Amazon
Had one for over just 6 months now and love it. Finally started following the instructions that came with it to start the fire by using a sheet of newspaper under the grate - works better than anything else I've tried.
Had one for over just 6 months now and love it. Finally started following the instructions that came with it to start the fire by using a sheet of newspaper under the grate - works better than anything else I've tried.Really? I would have never thought of reading the directions. I'm bad for that. I've used an electric starter for 3 years cause I hate those little cubes. Newspaper.... and it lights quickly?
I'd go to The Naked Whiz site and check out his reviews for what's sold in your area. I use Royal Oak that I buy at Walmart. A 10 lb bag is $7.37. I do also like Frontier for low and slows only. It has very large pieces which is nice. However, it sparks way to much for higher temp cooks. They only sell it in 40 lb bags at Sams during the summer. Overall, Royal Oak is a very good choice.