KitchenAid 27" Stainless Steel Natural Gas Grill

Bruce Jibboo

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Skip the propane and connect up to natural gas! Everything works and just cleaned it up!

$200 picked up in Elgin. Original price $1300-1500.

Even-Heat System provides consistent temperature over the entire cooking surface
Two 22.5K BTU main burners provide higher temperatures for better cooking results
15K BTU infrared rotisserie burner offers versatility and more cooking options
Flare-up management system reduces flare-ups by effectively channeling oils and grease away from the burner
304 stainless steel construction is weather-resistant to support year-round entertaining
Total BTUs 60K

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https://www.designerappliances.com/kitchenaid-kbss271tss.html











 
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Bruce Jibboo

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Outside of burner maintenance this thing will outlast whoever buys it :run: , for anyone not afraid to extend a NG line.
 
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:bowrofl: good point.. guess more than just the NG line is needed.. probably easiest to use some treated 4x4's and build a stand. I'm actually planning on building some type of stand (or counter) that will house the weber charcoal grill, kamado joe, and blackstone. Another option is brick/stone work as a base.
 

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I have a 5-burner version of this. Solid grill, lid and handle feel heavy
 

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the pickle for me is i legit don't know where i'd put it.

the 200$ the grill would cost me would pale in comparison to the outdoor kitchen setup id have to build to house it.
 

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Damn...do I disconnect the garage heater that doesn't work and use that gas line for this beast???

Hmmmmm

Trade for Axis M3007 360 camera?
 

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This would look reallllll nice in the corner of my patio....
 

Bruce Jibboo

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the pickle for me is i legit don't know where i'd put it.

the 200$ the grill would cost me would pale in comparison to the outdoor kitchen setup id have to build to house it.
Yep but you can make it work until you want to do the real deal.. :noes:
 

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Nice older gentlemen from Wisconsin drove all the way down to snag this. :rofl:

s0ld.
 

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