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General Discussion / Re: To Grill or Griddle?
« Last post by LowRyter on June 01, 2023, 10:22:17 PM »
why not get a flat top for a gas grill or just use cast iron pan?

I use several small flat tops and griddles to cook veggies, peppers, asparagus, onion bacon burgers and the like.

I also use a gas grill that I don't  have to preheat for thick meats and chicken.  And have a pellet smoker tube that allows me to smoke independently from the gas heat.
General Discussion / Re: Pursuit video
« Last post by Turin on June 01, 2023, 10:20:05 PM »
Tough to escape with big brother watching.
General Discussion / Pursuit video
« Last post by John A on June 01, 2023, 10:05:19 PM »
He didnít have a chance but he moved right along
General Discussion / Re: 1100 cali engine in Loop Frame
« Last post by Antietam Classic Cycle on June 01, 2023, 10:00:40 PM »
Im thinking put loop crank in 1100 block use eldo timing cover ect all this. Bolts rite up rite machine the bottom of cilinders. You would have a nice running engine with nickasil clinders and oil filter plenty beeeg power.

Eldo crank is 78 mm stroke vs. 80 mm for the "1100", so with 92 mm pistons you'd have 1037 cc.
General Discussion / Re: Show your Colors
« Last post by rschrum on June 01, 2023, 09:42:42 PM »

General Discussion / Re: Tn/Ga June meet n greet lunch
« Last post by twowheeladdict on June 01, 2023, 09:26:55 PM »
Sorry to hear Bob.  Well my work trip slid so I am out on meeting up at Suches.  I currently have 12 full weeks of travel on the schedule through Christmas. 
General Discussion / Re: To Grill or Griddle?
« Last post by egschade on June 01, 2023, 09:12:02 PM »
General Discussion / Re: To Grill or Griddle?
« Last post by Kev m on June 01, 2023, 09:03:57 PM »
You can put a cast iron griddle on a grille to sear things.

You can't grille, without a grille.

So a grille and a griddle plate can do both.

That's what I use.

That said, if I were buying now, I'd buy a grille that is also a separate fire box smoker. As I also have a separate smoker for now.
General Discussion / Re: To Grill or Griddle?
« Last post by tommy2cyl on June 01, 2023, 08:02:10 PM »
Timely topic.  I was thinking I needed to upgrade my 22 year old Weber Grill and look for a new grill/griddle combination.  The only parameter that
I really had is there is just me and the wife, so didn't need a large unit.  Well, that pretty much eliminates most of what is available.  The other
curious thing I found was that most of the combination units did not have a cover for the griddle part.  Not really sure why that is but I am sure
there must be some cooking reason, but I wanted the option of covering it with a lid.  I did find a decent size unit that Walmart sells that has hoods that cover both sections and priced around $347.00.  When I started really checking it out, the actual grill surface looked cheap and flimsy, no where near the quality of the grill on my Weber.  So, I decided to rehab the Weber and give it some love that it was sorely lacking and with some deep cleaning, replacing a few parts, and a little high temp paint, it cleaned up amazingly well.  Then I bought the 16" x 9" Lodge griddle with flat surface on one side and the raised ribs
on the other, purchased from Amazon for $37.00.  So now, I can grill on one side and griddle on the other and all for a total cost of about $70.00
and about 5 hours of actually working on cleaning and refurbishing.  I think I am good to go for another 22 years.  Must say, the quality of our old
Weber is pretty amazing. 
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