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Need new burners for my gas grill - Iron Works DCC-60 Stainless Steel

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  • jkokas Jul 19, 2010

    find burner for my ironworks grill

  • jkokas Jul 19, 2010

    I need to replace my Ironworks gas grill burners. Where can I find replacement parts.

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We are not a parts supply web site so we can't directly supply parts for this, we however can direct u to a web site that can get you what u need most likely, that is the only resource we have for this type of question, thanks.

Go here for parts:
http://www.appliancefactoryparts.com/gasgrillparts/brands/ironworks/

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Http://www.clagrills.com/

http://www.thebbqdepot.com/

YOu can buy the gas grills online in the above two links...

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Hi, check out this link below to find out the one you need.
http://www.clagrills.com/
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