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I found a Cue-Grill in a garage sale 40 years ago and agree that it's the best BBQ around. Five years after I bought it, the coal grate failed and could not be easily repaired, so I found a HEAVY gauge steel screen with approximately a 1/4 inch weave and adapted it to the bottom unit. Though loose, it has survived the last 30 some years and the grill still cooks better than any around.
Posted on Sep 25, 2017
I had a cue cart for probably 20 years or more and I think it was the finest charcoal grill ever made. Cant believe that you can't buy them anymore. I sold it in a garage sale after my wife died in 2000. I had the same problem with the grates under the charcoal and was able to find similar ones that fit that were made for a different manufacturer. However that was some time ago as you can imagine. I would like to maybe get a local mfg. to build one but I can't remember how the mechanism worked that lifted the fire grate up and to the inside of the grill. Would it be possible for you to take a picture of that front door in the open position and send it to me. My email address is [email protected].
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
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