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Old 10-29-2013, 08:23 PM
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Default Re: Tuscan Grill

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Originally Posted by Gulf View Post
I am still using firebrick cuts left over from the build to rest my old grill grate on. They are very adjustable . Try propping it up with bricks for a few cooks. I think that you will discover what heighths suite your needs .
Gudday
Gulf that a great idea!!!!
Only problem I can see is those first words " I'm still using firebrick"
I know myself too well, if it works, It will take me forever to get around to finishing it properly
Regards dave
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