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Turbo Grate Question

Miner MagicMiner Magic Posts: 22
edited 7:08PM in EggHead Forum
How do you like your turbo grate? Worth it or just take a little extra care stacking the lump.

Also how tall is it and can it be used with the adjustable rig and spider?




  • MickeyMickey Posts: 18,746
    Have been thinking the thing. Thanks for asking.
    Salado TX Egg Family: 3 Large and a very well used Mini, added a Mini Max (I'm good for now). 

  • I have the 'tubro grate' and it works fine with the adjustable ris and spider. The 'tubro grate' has never given me any problem with lack of air, well worth the money. There are also other 'EGGers that have made up different variations of the grate, with successful results and very little money spent.
  • i have one and have no regrets.. the top part broke off a while back but it still works great, the fins are adjustable if you want to fine tune it..
    i am very happy with it
  • Bill / Safetyman thanks for the replies.
  • fieroguyfieroguy Posts: 777
    Dave - The first TG I bought was made of thinner material (S.S.) and eventually failed. I have since purchased two more (one for each Egg) and these two are manufactured from heavier material and have held up quite well. Highly recommend.
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