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    Titan Open Fire Grate / Griddle Combo

    This equipment looks cool to me and is a reasonable price - it's at TitanGreatOutdoors dot com. I can think of a couple ways to deploy this, including sinking it down into a square firepit. $ 225.00! It would be fun to customize.



    https://www.titangreatoutdoors.com/o...0211004_382842

    I have a Titan Kamado, and although very simple it's built like a tank.

    #2
    I have the Titan Santa Maria kettle attachment and think it was a steal at $99. That product would be great to design a great built-in around.

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    • Steve B
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      JGo37 my brother is in the same boat. He’s trying to buy one but they say you can pre purchase one on back order. What’s that supposed to mean? 🤷🏼

      Attjack Do you keep yours outside? I would not do that. I only bring it out to cook on and than put it back in my shed.

    • Attjack
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      Steve B I'm keeping it on the performer under a cover right now. I'll keep an eye on it through the fall and will take it in for the winter. I spray it lightly with oil occasionally.

    • JGo37
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      Steve B I imagine prepaying will go further to assure you get one when they come back into stock, instead of vying for one with the folks that didn't prepay. I went with the notify me option.

    #3
    I really like it! I would go old school with that. I would purchase bricks and build something up. There is a place in Norcal - Sac or Elk Grove, I believe, that sells that basic set-up for at least three times that price.

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    • Attjack
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      Yeah, definitely bricks.

    • tbob4
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      Yes. They are most often marketed as inserts. That is a hell of a find. I went out to my BBQ area after seeing it and started looking around. I got in a little trouble with the wife.

    • Steve B
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      tbob4 Isn’t that what we’re supposed to do? Keeps things interesting. Right?😬😁😂

    #4
    I like the style and equipment, I think some sort of brick barrier between the wood fire and your lower body would be needed. Looks it could get hot on the legs.

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      My daughter is stationed in Hawaii - when she gets back CONUS next year it will be her last move, and I'll be moving near her - meaning I can't build one of these in my back yard yet (darnit)....

    #5
    Titan just put up their carbon steel kettle / egg insert on a scratch and dent sale for 1/2 price - ~ $70.00 with taxes and free shipping. I just bought one - FOMO!! I can set this right on top of my Weber kettle gourmet grill system.


    FYI it's exactly 22" in diameter with a 10" removable center grate.
    Last edited by JGo37; October 5, 2021, 02:33 PM.

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