For me, patching it for nothing with a couple washers and a bolt makes more
sense than spending $100 for something that won't do the job any better. Maybe
it'll last a year - maybe ten years. Either way, I've saved unnecessary expense.
Someone will probably offer a used one on freecycle or craigslist before the
On Saturday, May 15, 2010 at 8:02:29 AM UTC-4, Bruce K. wrote:
I have holes in the bottom of my webber. I took it to be welded because it rusted where the legs were attached and made holes. The welder said there is nothing to weld to because of the holes. Can I buy metal to make a new bottom?
Thanks for any help sent my way.
On Thursday, September 6, 2018 at 9:36:35 AM UTC-4, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Sure you can buy sheet metal, but how are you going to shape it into
the exact bowl like shape? And then you'd have to cut off the legs,
have them welded back on, drill all the appropriate holes, openings,
etc. Even if one had the equipment on hand to do all that, it's not
even close to worth it. Time for a new grill.
On 9/6/2018 9:36 AM, email@example.com wrote:
Usually cheaper and more cost effective to buy a new grill. My old gas
grill had a good aluminum box but rest was iron. Remember spending $75
for new grates, burner and heat deflector to have legs rusting off a
year later. New grill which also has aluminum box with 2 burners was
only about $120.
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