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  1. It should work just fine. They are all pretty much the same.
  2. Nexgrill Model 720-077

    Is the flame too low? If the burners are cast iron, you may want to pull them and drill out the ports with a bit that is big enough to just knock out accumulated rust (you don't want to make them bigger by drilling and making the individual ports bigger). By ports, I am talking about all the holes where the flame comes out.
  3. Glad it worked out well.
  4. 730-0164 - can i replace the grill "box" ?

    You might be able to also find a stainless piece from Home depot. They sell some sheet stock. you can just pilot drill the holes where the tack welds were, and use stainless sheet metal screws to attach a sheet.
  5. 730-0164 - can i replace the grill "box" ?

    Looks like it is a lost cause if that is welded in. You might want to try and find one on Craigslist and see if you can turn 2 into 1. Otherwise, I think it is time for a new grill.
  6. I bought a Ravenna Gas grill cover from Amazon last year and it is still in good shape. It is a heavy duty canvas one. Post a picture when you are done!
  7. Take a look at Coyote grills ceramic trays. I think bbqguys sells them. Give them a call, they may know if they fit. I think that Coyote grills were started by a group of guys that left Bull Angus. I agree with you, I really like ceramic briquettes on a gas grill. You may also find them on Amazon. You might be able to get the dimensions.
  8. I know when I was looking for parts, there are places like grillparts.com and grill-parts.com. I was rebuilding a grill for my son and started looking at amazon. The prices were much less, and since I had prime, the shipping was free. Long story short, if you are trying to decide whether it is worth it or not, check amazon for part prices, they blow everyone elst out of the park. Many are chinese parts, but so are the oem parts. One last option is to look at craigslist for an older weber. Well made, and the parts are inexpensive on amazon from non oem manufacturers. You would end up with a better grill at a lower price than the new Weber grills.
  9. I bought one of the smoker tubes and a cheap torch. It does work well. mine last about 4 hrs. I find if I use a mesquite pellet, I can better taste the smoke on the food.
  10. and if you keep the side shelves, you may be able to keep a side burner
  11. I see no issue with taking off the shelves (wings). You will be ventilated to the back, Are their vents on the sides? It would not look much different than this: https://www.bbqguys.com/bbq-grills-smokers/gas-grills?ff2=1999&ff5=326 You need to make sure you build it with steel studs and keep combustible materials away from the sides. you may want a small air gap on each side for ventilation.
  12. I agree with the Broil King reccomendation. HIgh quality and long lasting.
  13. I bought one of those tubes and filled it with pellets. Lit it with a small torch. It lasted over 4 hours. Was great not having to contiually add chips.
  14. Flame Tamers for a 720-0432

    I found them here: https://www.grill-parts.com/nexgrill/models/nexgrill-720-0432.htm
  15. 720-0439 NEXGRILL - cook grates/cooking grids?

    Try here: http://www.ebay.com/sch/BBQ-Tools-Accessories/20725/m.html?Category=20725&_saslop=1&_ssn=rcplanebuyer&_nkw=&sellerName=rcplanebuyer&_pgn=2&_skc=50&rt=nc This guy might also make some up special for you.(especially if you want flame tamers) I would also check here: www.grillparts.com They have Nexgrill parts. You may have to measure your grates to get the right ones