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  • Re: Raising the grid with bolts

    I used 6 inch stainless steel bolts and washers with an 18 in weber grid. That gets me to the felt line. I then used 4 inch bolts and a 13 in grid to create a third level high in the dome. It's versatile and cheap. Now I want a half moon stone so I can create a cool zone.
  • Re: Butts are doen early..

    In addition to a cooler, I went to the dollar store and bought a couple of cheap fleece blankets. Double wrapped in foil, then blanket and into the cooler. After five hours they were still above 150. The blankets still smell great.
  • Re: Reverse sear convert

    It really is that simple. I did one for dinner tonite that was my best ever. Bought it three weeks ago, While Foods stored it in their aging locker for me for free. It weighed 6 lbs when I bought it and 5 lbs 2 oz. when I got it home. Hit it with some Mrs McCreays cow rub and on the egg at 250 for 3 hrs. Let it rest for 45 minutes and then seared all six sides at 500 for 4 minutes a side. Best thing I ever ate.
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