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8 hours ago, kamababy said:



I am trying to find a griddle that will fit my Joe Junior. I was eyeballing the one in the link. Anyone tried it? Does it fit?




Thanks in advance.

The raised outwardly pointing handles are most likely a problem with the pan fitting the inward sloping dome.  Not on the junior, but I had the same problem on my classic with a carbon steel pan.  It would fit on the grill but I could not close the lid. 


Why not something like this?




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