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I need a new heat deflector and many of you stated that you are using this: https://www.academy.com/shop/pdp/outdoor-gourmet-14-in-preseasoned-round-griddle#repChildCatid=27890  

Can this sit on the edge of the fire box with out cutting the handles off?  I would rather not put in the effort since I don't have anything to cut the handles of. 

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I have that and use it on the diamond cut B. If you cut the handles off it will not sit on the edge of the firebox. I just wrap it in foil and set it on the bottom grate if I am going to smoke something. I could be mistaken, but I don't see much use in putting it directly on the firebox  because you will be putting the bottom grate directly on top of it anyways. 

 

I will add that if you have that pan and leave the handles on then you have to put it on the bottom grate at a certain angle and it is not easy to remove without taking both grates out of the grill. Just last night I did a reverse sear on a prime rib roast and I knew that after smoking it to temp I would want to remove the heat diffuser to sear the meat. So instead of using that particular pan I used a smaller pizza stone instead and it worked fine. 

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11 hours ago, DrunkenMeatFist said:

I have that and use it on the diamond cut B. If you cut the handles off it will not sit on the edge of the firebox. I just wrap it in foil and set it on the bottom grate if I am going to smoke something. I could be mistaken, but I don't see much use in putting it directly on the firebox  because you will be putting the bottom grate directly on top of it anyways. 

 

I will add that if you have that pan and leave the handles on then you have to put it on the bottom grate at a certain angle and it is not easy to remove without taking both grates out of the grill. Just last night I did a reverse sear on a prime rib roast and I knew that after smoking it to temp I would want to remove the heat diffuser to sear the meat. So instead of using that particular pan I used a smaller pizza stone instead and it worked fine. 

How did you cut the handle off?  

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