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If you don't mind a used one look on craigslist.

Lots of cheap grills there - people moving and can't take it with them, etc.

Ive been half heartedly watching for a good used propane grill. Don't want a big fancy one. Just something simple and reliable.

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22 minutes ago, Mathews XT Man said:

Althought I do not have one, have heard Big Green Egg is really good

I second that thought.  I have a friend who has a mini version they take camping and claim it is the best grill they have ever used.

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Man, those Big Green are expensive. I'll be in the market for a new grill here shortly as well. I always liked charcoal better, but most of the time I'm in a hurry so my last few grills have been gas. I have figured out how to do some indirect slow cooking with it. A guy at work just got a pellet grill & has been raving about it, but I've never seen one in action.

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On 5/13/2019 at 7:56 AM, MUDRUNNER said:

Man, those Big Green are expensive. I'll be in the market for a new grill here shortly as well. I always liked charcoal better, but most of the time I'm in a hurry so my last few grills have been gas. I have figured out how to do some indirect slow cooking with it. A guy at work just got a pellet grill & has been raving about it, but I've never seen one in action.

Yep, cook indirect on gas after searing and use a wood box directly over one of the burners, can get some real good flavor.  Just did burgers last night with mesquite and a few pieces of charcoal in the box.  Don't think I could ever justify the expense of a big green egg.

That being said, with your metal skills Ross, surprised you have not made a home made cooker. 

No experience with pellet grills, like the idea of being able to use chunks of wood with anything wood burning since we have no shortage of hickory available. 

No idea for a brand suggestion, but would stay away from the uniflame stuff that walmart sells.

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The PK360 is an evolution of a classic design.

This beautifully crafted grill has 360 inches of cooking space and can be easily set up for direct heat or can be set up with dual heat zones. 

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