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New 1/2 stone for Vision


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As the owner of a Vision Classic B, I've been envious of KJ owners with the split heat deflectors, and the ease of switching between direct/indirect cooking the design provides.

So, I went and bought a 15.5" half round kiln shelf from Euclids. The shelf cost $12.65, & shipping was $21.40 for a total of $34.05. Fits well on the bracket that came with the 14" vision stone, and leaves about 1/2" of space around the outside perimeter. As you can see from the picture I haven't used it yet, but I'm looking forward to it, especially with rebeyes. Just thought I would share in case anyone else was looking for a similar solution.

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