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I'm from North Carolina summer and Okeechobee Florida winter.
I'm only hungry when I'm awake!
Flint, Michigan. Named the most dangerous city in America by the F.B.I. three years running.
I have HiQue on small and large, and would not switch back. In fact, cooking at Eggtoberfest with factory grate reminded me there is a difference in ramp speed, etc.
On the gasket, there is a one year warranty and you can ask BGE for a replacement if you are within the year, and if you specify you want the newer hi-temp nomex one they send you that one and its free. I have had no problem with hi-temp nomex from BGE, and I have crept up and wrapped the thermometer on startup when not paying attention.
I have high-cue on my large and mini. Can't imagine being without them.
So is anyone worried about the Rutland off gassing into food? I have seen this come up before. RRP any thoughts?
The high cue grate is a go. Will be buying today
I have the Hi-Ques on both of my larges, my small and my mini. I love them. I also have Rutland's from RRP on all four and they look like new even after 1000* + cleaning burns. If "off gassing" were an issue, I'd have been dead long ago! :DMike
Thank you for expressing YOUR opinion. I have provided a NON profit service for 11 years now for thinking people. The Naked Whiz has done a great service with his piece of information. Please read it with an open mind.
I want the one the guy that sells Rockwood sells. Seems like the same airflow but less lump would fall through. I have the high que for my small and really like it though.