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Weber Go-Anywhere Grill
Weber Go-Anywhere Grill
I used the two outer sections of the Big Green Egg (Large 18") GrillGrates to outfit my Weber Go-Anywhere Charcoal Grill...
Weber Q 120
Weber Q 120
I used the outer two pieces of the Large (18") Big Green Egg GrillGrate set to outfit my Weber Q 120 portable gas grill...
Weber Performer
Weber Performer
The 18" Large Big Green Egg set also works well on the Weber 22.5" kettles with some room to spare...
Weber Summit
Weber Summit
WEBER Smoky Joe
WEBER Smoky Joe
The Smokey Joe custom cut set was created especially for this grill
18.5 inch Weber Kettle
18.5 inch Weber Kettle
The Weber Kettle Set was created especially for this grill. This one is my baby, those grates don't look anything like that anymore
Weber Custom
Weber Custom
Weber Q-320
Weber Q-320
The Set for the Weber Kettle 22.5" fits perfectly!
Weber Genesis
Weber Genesis
Weber Q320
Weber Q320
Weber Q320 with the Weber Kettle 22.5 GrillGrates. Fits Perfectly!
Weber Spirit E-210
Weber Spirit E-210
Four 17.375" GrillGrates completely replace the original grates and fit this grill like a glove!
Genesis Silver C
Genesis Silver C
With 4x17 3/8" GrillGrates, a perfect fit, replacing my porcelain coated cast iron grates. The 3" or so gap is useful for adding water of wood to pans sitting on the flavorizer bars. Or I could rip a short section to fill it.
Weber Genesis Silver C
Weber Genesis Silver C
With 4x17 3/8" GrillGrates, a perfect fit, replacing my porcelain coated cast iron grates. The 3" or so gap is useful for adding water of wood to pans sitting on the flavorizer bars. Or I could rip a short section to fill it. Here with 2 sections flipped to make "griddle". I'm finding this very useful.
Wolf 8 burner
Wolf 8 burner
9 of our 20" GrillGrate panels fill this monster commercial grill
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The Grill That Started it All!
The Grill That Started it All!
Penzey's Spices grills every week for their employees on 8 Weber Kettles AND GrillGrates!
The CLASSIC 22.5" Weber Kettle
The CLASSIC 22.5" Weber Kettle
CLASSIC 22.5" Weber Kettle
CLASSIC 22.5" Weber Kettle
Shown with THREE 20" Cut to Fit GrillGrates that cover approx 90% of the grilling surface. This is the set-up that many of the Steak Competition Teams are winning with!
Weber Q 220
Weber Q 220
The Stylish Weber Q shown with THREE Standard 13.75" GrillGrates
Weber Go Anywhere
Weber Go Anywhere
The popular Weber Go Anywhere Grill shown with TWO Standard 13.75" GrillGrates.
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  1. Your grate looks outstanding. I know that this concept is great. I live in Kingsport Tennessee. Where can I buy one for my plain Weber round grill? My son is a chef from Johnson and Wales Culinary School. I want to give him one for his birthday.

    Thanks
    Kernie

  2. Buy on line we ship in 24 hours. Sorry for the late reply- we are not seeing these comments- trying to fix.

  3. What size do you have on the Spirit? Would I use the same size if I wanted to use on top of the existing grates, as I would if I wanted to replace the grates?

  4. those are our 17.375 GrillGrates. I can not be sure if the lid would close properly with them sitting on top, it looks tight but those 17′s fit like a dream!

  5. Thanks! I’m assuming if I wanted to flip two of them over to sear on the flat side they would still fit ok?

  6. What size do I need for an Old Smokey 22 inch ?

    Soon as I can determine size, I will order.

    Thanks !

  7. I have a weber that I would refer to as the classic design . The diameter of the grill is 21.5 inches. Is the 22.5 grate too large?

  8. It looks as if 5 across fit a Weber Genesis E/EP/S 310/330, and if cut to 19.5″ length would drop in perfectly to replace the stock grates. If so, then 5 GrillGrates would measure 26 1/8″ at most. So what is the exact width of each GrillGrate, and how deep is the slot into which the tabs fit to lock them together?

  9. I went ahead and ordered 5 19.5″ grates about a week after asking the question in my first post above. Sure enough, they fit across just fine, measuring about 25 5/8″. Each panel is 5.25″ but about 3/16″ of total width needs to be subtracted for each interlocking joint between panels.

    Anyone else planning to do the same for the Genesis might want to order slightly shorter panels. The lid on my Genesis wouldn’t fully close on the 19.5″ grates. I first tried filing them down a bit at a slight angle. Filing was necessary anyway since the custom-cut ends from the maker were rough with several sharp shards jutting out. Also, whatever was used to clamp the panels while cutting them put several small gouges in the anodizing on the top rails near the cut end. (Both quality control issues that Brad will probably want to address.)

    Filing down the leading edges so the rails sloped down to the front worked fine to let the lid close completely when the grates were cold, but not after they expanded with heat. I ended up taking a hacksaw to them and trimming about 1/8″ off the rail ends down to where they get narrow after rising from the base of the grate panel.

    If I were doing it again I’d either buy the 18.5″ grates and just put them on top of the factory grates, or I would buy 20″ ones and trim them myself with the cutoff saw angled back several degrees from perpendicular.

    All that said, I’m very pleased with the sear I get from these grates over the left side of the grill with 3 burners (including the “sear station” burner) on high. Already they’ve helped me to grill some of the best steaks, burgers, and tri-tip I’ve ever had!

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