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Need venturi tube w/gasket

On the model 8000 it shows I have to order the burner with the venturi just to get the venturi.

On the model 8000 series it shows that I can just oreder the venturi, which is all that I need.

My question is; can I order just the venturi from the 8000 series and have it fit?

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Which brand is you grill? Some brands you can get the venturi on its own.

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