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Features 557 sq in total cooking surface (262 sq in charcoal and 295 sq in gas)
188 sq in total warming rack space (89 sq in charcoal and 99 sq in gas)
3 stainless steel tube burners offering a total of 24,000 BTUs
12,000 BTU stainless steel side burner with cover
Assembled dimensions: 64″L x 28″W x 49.75″H
Enjoy the best of both worlds with this combination charcoal and gas grill. The Dual Gas/Charcoal Grill has plenty of cooking room with enough space for 32 burgers. The charcoal side is equipped with a height-adjust system to help control the heat, and the gas side has three stainless steel burners totaling 24,000 BTUs.
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4.4 out of 5 stars
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I was excited to get it and assemble it. Well packed, and arrived with no damage that I noticed. The instructions could be clearer but they get the job done. They do some things right as well. When I was putting on the hinges it wasn’t clear what was top vs bottom hinge so I checked and sure enough the screw spacing was different between them so you can’t get it wrong without really trying. Cool.
But then I started running into problems. The nut that holds on the smokestack lid won’t fit on the post it’s supposed to. The hardware manifest says it’s an m6 nut. Ok. I took a thread guide I have and measured it. M6. Expected. Measured the post. M7. What? I think it just got so much of the black paint / finish on it that it became unusable. I’ll have to contact the manufacturer Monday to fix that. Annoying but not a show stopper so I kept going.
A few other minor issues that I can ignore later and I run into the next major issue. The charcoal tray. There are two pieces on the bottom that secure it to the sides of the grill. Four connection points total between these pieces and the tray. Two are fixed but rotate, two slide. This allows it to change height. Problem is the sliding part is at opposite ends of each piece, meaning it has to rotate in order to raise. This clearly won’t work. I suspect they gave me two ‘left’ (or right) pieces with one installed backwards. Terrible quality control right there. Another part they’ll have to send me. Can’t use the charcoal side for now.
Next issue is kinda minor but worth mentioning. The charcoal ash pan is warped. It does not say flat. You can pop it into two different slightly curved shapes. It still slides into its slot so it will work but I can imagine pulling it out and spilling ash if I’m not careful down the road.
Lastly, I finally got it all out together and tried out the gas side because all the issues I had were with the charcoal end. The middle burner of the three main burners is a pain to light (the others all light very easily) and when it does light often the last inch or two doesn’t light for some reason. Maybe gas flow issues?
All in all for the price I am really disappointed. I’m giving it three stars because (assuming I get replacement parts) it’s all functional. The finish seems pretty decent as well so I expect it will do well with the weather.
HOWEVER and I completely disagree with the it takes 3 hrs comment that another person wrote, more like a day and a 1/2 a bottle of Gin. Thank god football was on Sunday – the boxes of parts were not labelled nor would it have mattered if they did as parts were boxed sporadically without organization for installation thought into it. I was able to do it all in my living room so you don’t need a two door garage like the one guy wrote, saying that – it would not hurt to have the added space that is for sure, but the lack of space did not slow me down…
The only other thing I did not like was that there were a couple items that were damaged – not beyond repair by any means but still there was parts damaged and the box looked perfect when I received it so it seems it was packed a little damaged.
August 21, 2017
I havent used the charcoal side yet, but so far, so good.
March 14, 2018
June 3, 2015
First notice of an issue is that you 100% need a grill cover for this if you keep it outside uncovered. It attracts water inside if you leave it outside in the rain. Water everywhere. In the grill catch pans, on the grate ledges, temp gauges, even in the grease catcher. So buy a grill cover if you buy this.
December 11, 2017