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Mike-RRMike-RR Posts: 181
edited 12:56AM in EggHead Forum

I saw the pic you posted for the Turbo Grate, and I'll post my setup when I get back later this evening.

Basically, my bottom vanes are oriented opposite from yours, and the spacing at the outer edges is approximately 1" apart. I think that I may cut it down to 1/2" to see how that goes.

I just hate losing that much big lump when I cook.

Thanks again for the help!


  • Mike I think you are probably right. I don't lose any pieces through there. Let me know how it works.
    My Best,
  • Mike-RRMike-RR Posts: 181

    Here are some pics of my grate setup. Note that the vanes are angled in the opposite direction of yours, and I've got a ruler in one of the pictures to show how far apart the vanes are on the edges. Some nice-sized lump makes it through those gaps:


    Thanks again.
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