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Any good tips to level a griddle?

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  • surfdog
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    JimLinebarger Webble Wobble Wedges...say that three times fast. LOL

  • JimLinebarger
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    Are they made by Webble?

  • surfdog
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    ComfortablyNumb I really like them because they have little ridges in them so they pretty much lock together, especially when there’s a bit of weight on them. Two of those on a leg or two and it’s fairly simple to level things out. If I recall, I purchased them directly from Wobble Wedges.

  • ComfortablyNumb
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    Never seen the wedges before, thanks for the post.

  • surfdog
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    Neutral for sure...so you’re not chasing food & cooking oil/grease. That way YOU control what goes into the trap.

    I level mine with these... https://wobblewedges.com/

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  • smokin fool
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    Dishwashers in....thank goodness for brothers that know about this stuff.
    Want his number????

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  • tenphases
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    +3

  • Spinaker
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    Yep 100% level. You want to push the grease to the trap, not let it flow. Otherwise it will be tough to keep your oils in the right spot for sautéing.

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  • DavidNorcross
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    100% agree with level. If you need to skew based upon your setup try to get the grease to run to the trap. But +10 to level all the way.

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  • FireMan
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    All directions? Whew, you make it tough.

  • MBMorgan
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    Definitely go for level in all directions.

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  • wu7y
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    I don't have a griddle on my deck, only on the stove. IMHO set it so you can move the food, sauce, grease, where you want it - not where the laws of gravity dictate. My experience dictates that a new stove is in my future.

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  • smokin fool
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    If its anything like my new dishwasher, sorry, I'm no help at all!!!!

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  • Steve B
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    Well. I guess it’s probably good that it’s leaning to the left. 🤔😳
    Blame That response on FireMan 😂

    Seriously though. Keep as level/neutral as possible. It makes for a much more enjoyable cooking experience. You won’t have to keep pushing or pulling things into the middle.
    But than who am I to give any real sound advice. 🤷🏼

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  • klflowers
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    +2

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