includes drill/driver, two NiCD batteries ...now if I could just get the DeLorean up to 88
posted: Jun. 15, 2012 @ 6:55a
How's the grill deal?
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posted: Jun. 15, 2012 @ 7:38a
RASHID007CA said: How's the grill deal?
Decent for a mid-level Chinese grill.
The biggest thing to make a cheaper grill last is keep it covered when it rains/snows and also get some flat black grill/high temp paint and paint the burners and under them. This will reduce the rust greatly.
I kept a cheap $100 grill for 5-6years by doing this. Rust eventually won; but for a grill I expected to last a couple years it held up well to the end.
posted: Jun. 15, 2012 @ 1:44p
The grill says made in America. Burners have a 5 year warranty according to the paperwork. Front doesn't open(tank storage) which is sort of annoying but it seems like a decent grill.
posted: Jun. 15, 2012 @ 3:45p
Read the fine print on the burner warranty... I bought a grill for my dad from Lowes a few years ago... it had a "lifetime" burner warranty....they wore out in 3 years and then the challenge began... so it took half a dozen e-mails and phone call to even get them to respond about the warranty and where I would need to send the copy of the warranty and the sale receipt to... but the killer was they charged more than the burner was worth in "shipping and handling" to ship the replacement burner tubes out. It was actually cheaper to go and buy new replacement burners from Menards rather than pay the shipping/handling charge to the manufacturer. So it turns out the warranty was WORTHLESS.
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