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    Weber Kettle tips

    Living on the humid Gulf coast requires my Weber to be covered, Then there is those pesky storms that come off the Gulf that blow the Weber cover off. So my tip is use one of those boating hat clip savers and clip that cover down! 😁🤓
    What ya got?

    pesky storm almost here 🙄
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    • smokenoob
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      knock on wood 😁

    #3
    The black weber covers have a velcro strap that attaches down by the crossing wire support system.

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      #4
      You know what the funny part of it all is? The wind can remove mine at the least amount of effort but when I try to take it off or put it on its always a struggle. Why is that?

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      • jfmorris
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        Amen to this one! I don't care WHAT grill it is, the cover is a struggle for me, but not the wind...

      #5
      We commonly have 30 mph wind gusts where my Weber Performer is. The velcro never held and the cover repeatedly blew off. I was quite pleased with myself after I changed to boat cover clips which worked well. That is until we had 40 - 50 mph wind gusts. The rope holding the clips broke, the cover blew off, and the charcoal container was ripped off the performer table. So much for my good ideas.

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        #6
        I just hold it on with a bungee cord

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          #7
          Covers & All cover, heavy duty, but that damn spring wind here in NM comes at ya! And it whips into the patio area, so I use a bungee around the bottom to tighten in up. Works good. There may be some clips that are meant for the same thing, but the bungee is easier and keeps the bottom closed up.

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            #8
            Don't really have this issue with most of my grill covers. They stay put once put on. But the cover for my weber gasser that is up by the front of the house blows off occasionally. I just put a 10 lb. Weight on it and it has not blown off since.

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              #9
              I think you should hire staff for this. ideally one employee for each leg of the Kettle stand, but you could get away with 2, one on either side.

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              • hoovarmin
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                What is the salary?

              • smokenoob
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                unlimited wings!

              • hoovarmin
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                I'll take it

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