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    Substitute for plate setter?

    My 7 year old plate setter just busted in half. Looking for a replacement that ideally isn't $140. Any options? I do have a pizza stone I could use as a substitute but no way to suspend it over the fire while still using the grate for the food.

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    Go to Ceramicgrillstore.com for a number of alternatives.

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      +1 on the Ceramic Grill Store. A great place to get accessories that fit and work very well.
      https://ceramicgrillstore.com/

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    Not sure if this would work, but its kind of a cool idea.

    https://smokeware.com/products/plate...ant=1173132975

    Cast iron?

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      #4
      There are a number of cheap options here.
      https://www.amazon.com/s?k=Plate+set...f=nb_sb_noss_2

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        #5
        Great suggestions. Didn't know about the cast iron one. But darn it if the XL model isn't sold out everywhere.

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          #6
          +1 for the Ceramic Grill Store. I use a woo and a round stone for indirect cooks. You can use the woo to cook raised direct or you can put a smaller grid in the lower ring to get the food close to the coals. Very flexible setup.

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            Originally posted by BGWolf View Post
            +1 for the Ceramic Grill Store. I use a woo and a round stone for indirect cooks. You can use the woo to cook raised direct or you can put a smaller grid in the lower ring to get the food close to the coals. Very flexible setup.
            Ha....I have a CGS 3 leg spider and I never considered I could use it for indirect. I may not even need the woo ring but I really like the idea of the handles. CGS is awesome. I have their angl-l brackets and wok which I have made better stir fry than chinese joints. Might have to grab a smaller cast iron grate for the bottom of the spider as well.

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              #8
              Good advice above. In my medium I use a spider and a pizza stone. That gives me enough room I can get two layers.

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