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New Family Member... KAB for the Vision B


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After much procrastination I purchased the Vision-specific Kick Ash Basket for my Vision Classic B.

 

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I'm impressed by the craftsmanship, as well as the fit to the grill's firebox. There's only ~ 1/8" clearance between the KAB and the wall of the firebox, no wasted space.

 

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Here's a closeup of the "gap":

 

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I installed it without the cast iron fire grate on the bottom. I've only done one cook (last night!) so far but it seemed like the grill came up to temperature more quickly.

 

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I have the basket as well but I got the KB version which not made specifically for Vision Classic B.   Mine has much larger gap in fire box.  The basket you got looks like it fits much better.  When I bought mine they didn't have model yet for Vision Classic.  I really like using the basket.   

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