I could not find a replacement but used 2, 18" weber circular grates, one on each end and they overlap in the middle. It is not and ideal arrangement but it allows me to continue to use this discontinued charcoal grill that I love so much
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Apparently, Patio Classic Grill Company, based out of Louisville, KY is no longer in business and OEM parts are hard to come by. I suggest check Weber Charcoal Grill Parts, as they make a similar model and the grill grates may be interchangeable.
Hoe this helps steer you in the right direction. Thanks for choosing FixYa.
Sorry, we don't sell anything on FixYa. However, if you get the dimensions of the grate you needand search around on Google for some the Grill Parts & Accessories sites and you're more than likely to find what you need. I will caution you, Stainless Steel Grates are expensive. Plus, they do not do well with charcoal. The charcoal gets so hot against, that it will pop and pit. It's not like doing it on a gas grill, where the heat is moist and the stainless retains it's integrity. Unlike coal or charcoal, which is an extremely dry heat. You may be better off with Cast Iron. Once it's seasoned, it should do better than Stainless Steel.
Check with Lowe's. They carry a large number of generic grates for gas and charcoal grills. However you must have the dimensions of the grates or take the old ones with you to the store to match them up.