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The accessory pack looks great.  Not real excited about how this is marketed though.  Unless you are lucky enough to live near to a Sams Club that is on the list to sell these, you are pretty much out of luck.  Guess I'll wait and hope to get get one on their auction website.

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On the topic of  uses for the smaller stone. I like to put a diffuser just below the felt level and then my pizza stone up high during high heat pizza cooks. I am of the opinion that you need to use a smaller diffuser when you do this to maximize the air flow and avoid overheating your fire box. I use a 13"stone low and a 14' pizza stone up top.  So I would use the smaller stone for this purpose. As seen in this set up pic.

 

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Just don't set your deflector stone too low and right over the fire box. You want to deflect the heat from going straight up onto the bottom of your pizza stone but at the same time let it flow out of the fire box. I set my deflector just below the felt level. If you set it right at the felt level or just a bit above it, it will deflect heat directly onto your gasket and can cause it to wear quicker than normal. Have fun and happy cooking. 

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Here's an update on our website: http://www.visiongrills.com/classic-accessory-pack/

We are selling these at select Sam's Stores right now. Tell us what you think!

Regardless of where you're selling them it's nice to see you online (to announce it) and making accessories for your grills.

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Here's an update on our website: http://www.visiongrills.com/classic-accessory-pack/

We are selling these at select Sam's Stores right now. Tell us what you think!

Hopefully you will also start selling accessories like the stones and gaskets at Canadian Tire in Canada where you currently sell the Pro C

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Any idea on what Sam's Stores are carrying this in the DFW area? Being a new owner I want to pick up a pizza/deflector stone and this looks to be a better deal than buying the stone seperately. Unfortunately my local Sam's doesn't appear to stock it.

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Any idea on what Sam's Stores are carrying this in the DFW area? Being a new owner I want to pick up a pizza/deflector stone and this looks to be a better deal than buying the stone seperately. Unfortunately my local Sam's doesn't appear to stock it.

I'm not sure what Sam's Stores are selling our product since they don't have it on their website yet. 

 

The accessory box's item number is 628277 if you want to call them and look in their store. 

 

Hope this helps!

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Here's an update on our website: http://www.visiongrills.com/classic-accessory-pack/

We are selling these at select Sam's Stores right now. Tell us what you think!

I like the design of the electric starter, I bought a regular one at HD and ended up bending it to make it fit better in the Akorn. The rib rack could use a bar on each end so you can flip it over to use as a roast rack as well http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/713Q6yl2iuL._SL1500_.jpg I like the cast iron griddle. the ash pan and tool should be included in the Classic Grill IMHO.. 

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Just don't set your deflector stone too low and right over the fire box. You want to deflect the heat from going straight up onto the bottom of your pizza stone but at the same time let it flow out of the fire box. I set my deflector just below the felt level. If you set it right at the felt level or just a bit above it, it will deflect heat directly onto your gasket and can cause it to wear quicker than normal. Have fun and happy cooking. 

 Keeper you just may have answered one of my on going questions to myself. Some people report having their gaskets fried in just a few cooks and others say that they do pizza all the time and have no problem and both have the same gaskets. Setting the diffuser so as to blast the gasket could easily be the reason.

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