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Thanks to whoever posted this! Got lucky with the fit.
Going forward, the Stanley tripod flashlight will stay home.
The Rutland is on the dome with a completely stripped base. This was by choice, considering that eggs crack. Fire box, fire ring, or base. Also it keeps the gasket away from the heat. Looks almost like new with it on the dome. Not that grease or sauce in the Fibers would hurt. If a base does crack, I just strip the new base's gasket and carry on.
@Focker I only ask because ya mainly see Rutland installed to the base. I would venture to say because there's less of an opportunity for fibers to fall into food (that would seem the logical reason). But, hey if it's working for you that's all that matters.
That crossed my mind for a second, but came to the conclusion that this will not happen, and so far, it hasn't. Even if it does, I'm not concerned with the alleged health risks.
I have not witnessed falling fibers nor have I seen them in my food.
Ordered it for around $24 on Amazon. Make sure it is #6503 as there are at least two different Q light models out there. I did have to bend it slightly to fit. This light will work on the smaller wooden handle bands for either size. Plan is to order another at some point for my large. It is a nice bolt on accessory. You can expect quality and durability from Weber as well.
Focker said:Thanks caz. Will likely get another for my large to help with the shorter days of fall and winter.
Thanks caz. Will likely get another for my large to help with the shorter days of fall and winter.
Thanks for the pic on how it lights up the large grid and surroundings.
A northern Colorado Egghead since 2012!
XL and a Small BGE.