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Old 12-30-2008, 01:18 PM
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Don't have pictures of finished product yet but here is a picture of my new 'pink' Grill Dome and cart. The stainless hardware on the GD is top notch. This thing makes some tasty grub.
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Old 12-30-2008, 01:22 PM
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Old 12-30-2008, 01:36 PM
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Nice pic BrianM! That copper is a stunning color.

I own both now (A GrillDome and a BGE) Hands down, with my hand on the bible I can say the GrillDome is a better product. Ceramics are 2x as thick, the Stainless steel hardware is awesome (vs. my 8 month old rusted BGE which is always covered when not in use) and funny enough, the gaskets on the GrillDome don't go caput like the 3 I've replaced on my BGE in less than 8 months of ownership.

Don't get me wrong, I don't think the BGE is junk. I just firmly believe the GrillDome is a better product. My summary on the subject is that undoubetdly BGE is better at marketing and they have a strong following. Grilldome is a younger name (founded in 1989) and less marketing savvy. to me it's a no brainer, save $200 (roughly) on a Grilldome vs. a BGE and get a better product to boot. Seems sensible.


/oh, and I know of a GrillDome dealer if you need one.
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Very nice cart brian
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Very nice cart brian
Tru Dat!! I want one!!

Maristar could have a side bidniz here I think
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Very nice cart brian
Thanks. Built it myself but had a hookup on the stainless.
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you ever think about adding to it, and putting a propane side burner in it too for a pot of beans or something?
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you ever think about adding to it, and putting a propane side burner in it too for a pot of beans or something?
^^^^^ I like the way this guy thinks on this subject!! Except the burner should be for frying a turkey, beans are best cooked in a Cast Iron pot inside your GrillDome
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^^^^^ I like the way this guy thinks on this subject!! Except the burner should be for frying a turkey, beans are best cooked in a Cast Iron pot inside your GrillDome
This is true, I was just thinking if there was no more room inside. Burner comes in handy for beer mops too
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Old 12-30-2008, 02:07 PM
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you ever think about adding to it, and putting a propane side burner in it too for a pot of beans or something?
No want for a side burner. I bought my last gas grill with one thinking I would use the side burner. Had the thing for 5 years and used it exactly 1 time. I'd rather use the stove.

As for the turkeys. That is what the crawfish/turkey rig is for.
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