- Nov 13, 2020
- Reaction score
- Smokefire EX6
Those look great to me! Or grate to me? You say the Weber grates aren’t solid stainless, how do you know this? I find that incredibly disappointing if true.These came in today. Great workmanship, nice welds. Took 3 weeks to get here, but looks to be well worth it. Solid stainless, not a veneer sleeve like the Weber grates. Better heat retention so should produce some great grill marks
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Have both and love them.
Weber Stainless Steel Cooking Grate - SMOKEFIRE EX4/EX6/EPX6 & SPIRIT 300 | Cooking | Pellet Grill Accessories | Weber GrillsThis stainless steel cooking grate is ideal for grilling a wide range of foods at low or high temperatures, as the heavy-duty construction retains heat and provides long-lasting durability. Pair this single grate with the porcelain-enameled griddle accessory to up your grilling game and explore...www.weber.com
Also great options.
The OEM grates are plated steel just like the kettles and many of the warming/cooking racks on the grills. The GBS grates are SS.Those look great to me! Or grate to me? You say the Weber grates aren’t solid stainless, how do you know this? I find that incredibly disappointing if true.
True, I really don't have any complaints about the grates that came with it. Other than the fact that Weber chose to snub us stateside consumers by withholding the GBS grates they provided for the rest of the world. (I'll stop my over-entitled 'Merican rant now.) Just storing away some info for if and when they need replacing.Honestly I have them all, I think if your searing the CI grate will give you a nice sear, so will the GBS sear grate. The stainless Weber grates are thicker but I don’t know you could probably get by pretty damn good with the stock grates alone.