Description Item # 07116154000P Model # 2818-2T Kenmore Gas Grill with Side Shelves Makes Grilling the Preferred Way to Cook Flavorful steaks, shrimp, and burgers are just moments away with the Kenmore Grill with Side Shelves. Ideal for beginners as well as seasoned pros, the Kenmore four-burner grill boasts easy to use features and long lasting steel construction. With 672 square inches of cooking surface, it offers more than enough room to grill-up a feast, and the stainless steel grids are durable and easy to clean. Outputting a combined total of 48,000 BTUs, the four burners have continuous electronic ignition so you can individually control the way you cook. Oversized folding side shelves offer a place to rest tools and prepare food, and plastic casters make it easy to move. For added versatility, convert it to natural gas with natural gas conversion kit 071-10478.
This Kenmore 4-Burner Gas Grill with side shelves has a large 672 sq. in. cooking area to cook up a feast for the crowd Four total burners provide even heat Stainless steel cooking grates last long and clean easily Two large foldable side shelves provide extra space for condiments and food prep Electronic ignition makes starting quick and easy Stainless steel lid keeps the food warm and protects the grillâ€™s interior 48,000 BTU LP Assembly required Warranty: 1-year limited For added versatility, convert it to natural gas with natural gas conversion kit 071-10478 Dimensions: 68-1/3" x 23" x 45-7/8" **Assembly is only available on online orders for home delivery for an additional fee Added on December 10, 2011
This has now ended DH's and mine ongoing debate over grill features, brands, sizes, etc. $199! Thanks OP!! I used FW for 6%, that's all I could find, tried various SYWR codes etc and none would work with this clearance price.
Got last one in my area. Was floor model, but they wouldn't give any additional discount when I came to pick it up (I closely inspected it for dents/scratches to argue my case). I'll just call it free assembly.
Looks like if you use a Sears card they are now offering $22.00 in rewards (was only $2.00 last night when I ordered). That brings it down to $166+tax after 6% FW CB and SYWR.
mistadeal said: Looks like if you use a Sears card they are now offering $22.00 in rewards (was only $2.00 last night when I ordered). That brings it down to $166+tax after 6% FW CB and SYWR.
I noticed that this morning, haven't picked up my other order so re-ordered first then when I hear it's in stock will cancel the other. Since I originally ordered 2, had to this time order each separately to (hopefully) get the bonus 20,000 for each, as it wouldn't double when I had 2 in the cart at the same time.
fiveoh said: Nat Gas conversion tacks on another $70. NG conversion kits are a rip-off. The only difference is the size of the holes.
All it takes is a drill to increase the orifice size allowing more gas out as NG provides less energy per unit.
Remove the regulator from the grill and connect directly from the supply line to the grill - pressure regulation is done at the meter. This may require a fitting or a new supply line but it should probably be changed out when replacing a grill anyway.
I understand people in high crime and hurricane prone areas install a quick disconnect to maintain mobility. I removed the wheels on mine and bolted to the deck on a cement-board grill pad.
I learned of this free conversion while looking at Sears a few years back - I asked if a particular model was available in NG and the salesperson offered a kit. Some blue collar guy was also looking and said, "Just drill out the holes. Takes ten minutes". He was right but I spent a couple hours researching the proper size to drill, safety, etc. Search "diy grill natural gas conversion" and there's tons of links to videos and BTU/pressure/orifice charts.
That said - I would never recommend a person perform this conversion as one may blow oneself and home to smithereens.
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