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Camp Chef Big Gas Grill Three-Burner Stove

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The Camp Chef Big Gas Grill Three-Burner Stove will be the heart of your outdoor kitchen. Three powerful 30,000 BTU burners, 608 sq. inches of ample cooking space and available accessories will enable you to cook with confidence.

  • Removable legs and folding side shelf make transportation easy
  • Deluxe BBQ Grill Box features a specially designed heat diffusion system and a pre-seasoned cast iron grill grate that sears perfectly
  • Remove the Deluxe BBQ Grill Box and replace with any Camp Chef 16 in. Accessory for added versatility
  • 38 in. W x 16 in. L x 30 in. H; 49 lb.
  • 1 year limited warranty

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Specification Description
Product Type: Camp Stoves
Power Type: Propane
Brand: Camp Chef
Manufacturer Part Number SPG90B
Camp Chef Big Gas Grill Three-Burner Stove is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 11.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Versitle Camp Kitchen I bought this grill in 2006 and used it until 2017. The grill and grill box worked very well. Burgers, dogs, (steak, chops and other similar meats on a cedar plank away from the lit burner, slow cooked at 250 -300 deg,). Corn, steamers, lobster in a huge pot over the third burner. Fish, vegies and other delicates on stainless steel perforated sheets or a stainless steel perforated wok. We also had the steel griddle, it works but it never heated evenly, a better choice would be a cast iron griddle. Cleanup of the griddle was a breeze. Once it cooled scrape off excess grease and debris with a commercial grade 'turner?', wipe with paper towel. Then pour soapy water on griddle and scrub with 'green scrubby' rinse with hot water, dry and wipe with olive oil. Turn the griddle upside down to protect from rain, dust and other debris. Cooking in high winds: I had a 3 foot by 4 foot piece of pressure treated plywood that I used in the bed of the pickup truck. I leaned this against the back of the grill, (yup it got scorched once but I learn pretty fast). An I supplemented this with tin wind shields that you can buy at most well stocked camping stores. A better solution would be a flame proof drape that you could wrap like a skirt around the grill maybe snapped to the legs. We also used this grill as our main grill at home. Maintenance: Over the 11 years of use I replaced the baffle in the grill box with a piece of high grate stainless that was left over from another project. Bent it to shape, cut slots for air flow and tack welded it back in place. I used a sharpened piece of a wire coat hanger and an old drill bit by hand to clean the scale and buildup from the holes in the cast iron burners twice over the 11 years. At the end of life the base plate for the grill had rusted to nothing and the mounting for the hinges on the lid to the grill box had rusted through. Both issues could have been addressed but we transitioned to a motor home and I needed a more compact setup. Happy Trails From the HAPPY HOBOS
Date published: 2018-08-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by from My love for this grill is fading.. The first summer with this grill was absolutely amazing! We raved about it on line and to every person that saw it. We brought to events at family members houses and just loved to show it off. This is now the end of the second summer and it's just not holding up that well. The finishes are heat damaged or weather damaged. We’ve replaced the gas line and regulator and now the ignition has quit. The grills are rusting as is the interior compartment. Even though we keep it covered and under roof. We also garage it during the winter. We keep it clean and use it only occasionally but it looks much older that it is. it is still a heck of a grill but I don’t know how long it will last at this rate.
Date published: 2018-08-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Does everything well and is small in size. Excellent all around grill that cooks everything well and does not take up much space.
Date published: 2018-05-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Really Nice Travel Grill The Big Gas Grill is really nice for travel. Folds up and fits neatly into back of our Rav4. It is very powerful and cooks food nicely. If you are buying a carry bag for the Big Gas Grill, be sure to order the one with the wheels. Some bags say they fit a three-burner stove, but only the one with the wheels fits this stove.
Date published: 2018-03-22
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Where does the Greece go when cooking ?? 

Asked by: Chipper24
The grease actually vaporizes when it hits the heat diffuser plate located underneath the cooking grate. This vaporization of the grease into steam adds moisture and flavor back into the food your cooking.
Answered by: Camp Cook
Date published: 2018-06-18
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