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Cromagnon Griller

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About Cromagnon Griller

  • Birthday 06/14/1960

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location:
    Montreal, Qc
  • Interests
    Grilling, traditional bow hunting, canoeing and fly fishing.
  • Grill
    Akorn

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  1. Thanks. I think I'll order a new one from CG. Envoyé de mon GT-P5113 en utilisant Tapatalk
  2. Hello RWalters. Thanks for the welcome to all. Besides the reoccurring rust on the bottom shelf and the ash pan starting to show some wear I would say that after 3 years of abuse it's holding up pretty well. Considering I use it in below temperature weather in the winter. Gaskets are still good. I think I'll try the Rustoleum paint for the bottom shelf this year. As for the ash pan I still debating: paint it with heat resistant paint or change it.
  3. Hello, I'm a newbie to this forum. I purchased my CG Red Akorn on Feb 2013. Six months later I gave my Vermont Castings gas Bbq away and never looked back. My Akorn is starting to show some wear: abuse and the eastern Kanuk winters. Thd paint on my Akorn is peeling and the metal is rusting. Has anyone succesfully repainted their Akorn ash pan?
  4. Hello, I own a Char Griller Akorn that I purchased in February 2013. Every time I had some minor issues with it, product wise, or use wise, I would visit this forum anonymously for a solution or a tip. Finally decided to join the group. I use the Akorn 12 months a year, sunshine, rain, sleet or snow. I've been cooking the Christmas turkey on it fot the last 2 years. Lately I had seriously considered going to ceramic but I just can't justify paying 3 or 4 times as much as I paid for the Red Akorn. I do have a Charcoal Weber at the cottage. Hate it! I may buy a new CG Akorn and move my old one to the cottage.
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