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If I had to buy another plate setter, I'd probably just get a custom CGW rig instead. Just a thought. You'll spend more money, but the versatility of those rigs is something I am not ashamed to say that I covet.Tell me more. What are they and where can I get one? Online?
If I had to buy another plate setter, I'd probably just get a custom CGW rig instead. Just a thought. You'll spend more money, but the versatility of those rigs is something I am not ashamed to say that I covet.
Many use this tool incorrectly. When used incorrectly it will fail.
Hard to describe, think bite first bar and leverage against the second.
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LG BGE, PSWOO2, Stoker WIFI.
JB weld will work, although I might let it cook for awhile before adding food. That might be over cautious, but better safe than sorry.
Reseach the AR when you have time and call Tom. He'll walk you through what you need and won't try and up sell you. He's a stand up guy.
Can't help you with that grate lifter. I use welders gloves.
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By the way, the problem all started with one of the grid lifters pictured above. I got one as a free accessory, and have had nothing but problems with it. I don't know if I'm doing something wrong, but it always feels like I have a firm grip on the grid with it, and 4/5 times I use it, I end up dropping the grid because it slips away from this crappy lifter. I was using it tonight, the grid dropped as usual, and knocked over the PS resulting in my dilemma lol!I finally threw the damn thing away. I'll just use a pliers.