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Traeger Bbq Grill 49" H X 40" W X 20" D 20000 Btu 418 Sq. In.

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Traeger Bbq Grill 49" H X 40" W X 20" D 20000 Btu 418 Sq. In. + Traeger Hydrotuff Cover for Lil Tex or Lil Tex Elite Grill, Black + Traeger PEL304 Hickory Barbeque Pellets, 20-Pound
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 40.5 x 22.5 x 24 inches ; 126 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 126 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004QAT0LA
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #132,139 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
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Product Description

A stylish twist on our popular Lil' Tex, the Elite features a multi-position digital thermostat control, upgraded wheels, and a durable powder coat finish round out the amazing standard features of the Lil' Tex Elite. This model is sure to set the barbecue world on fire! Highlights: Wood pellet electrical Barbecue grill Features a drip pan for easy clean up LED multi positional digital thermostat control Upgraded rubber coated wheels Durable powder coat finish that encompasses the outside of the grill Specifications: 20000 BTU 418 sq. in. (19" x 22") Grilling Area Height: 49 inches Width: 40 inches Depth: 20 inches Weight: 126 lbs

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Customer Reviews

Too many common things it just cant do and too long a startup time to be primary grill.
R. McLaughlin
For being a first time smoker this smoke was the best. the different temperature settings is awesome and pretty consistent.
Sean
So far we tried pork shoulder, tuna steaks, pizza, chicken breasts and entire family loved the taste.
Okan Tokel

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

153 of 156 people found the following review helpful By R. McLaughlin on December 24, 2011
Ive had this grill for about 18 months. Cook on it all the time. Also have a Weber gas grill and a smoker (almost never use smoker anymore). This grill is halfway inbetween the other two.

The pros: That said, as a result it is light and easy to move around with great wheels unlike some other grill behemoths that require a crane to move. I love the pellets which are cheap and easy to order online (dont order the traeger brand, it is like 20% the species advertised, and for the same price can get 100% from other sources, and package shows up right to your door). The $20 worth of pellets give about 20 hours grill time for about $1/hour. You can easily see how many pellets are left by lifting up hopper lid, way easier than with propane guesstimates. The best thing about the traeger grills is that they NEVER catch your food on fire. You can cook your roast overnight without checking it once. It will be fine. Think of it as a oven with smoke flavoring that wont stink the house. There doesnt seem to be as many hot spots as with most gas grill I have owned, cooking is relatively uniform.

The cons: It has a maximum temperature of maybe 375 if you never open it, and 325 if you check your food frequently. It just doesnt make enough heat and has thin exterior with no insulation, and not enough mass to maintain temp if you open the cover. Many things you cook will barely have any searing marks, kind of looks baked at low temperature. As a result I sometimes brown the food on gas grill and then switch to the Traeger. It wont get hot enough to self clean. If you do salmon and dont change the aluminum foil and brush the grill (five minutes total) and then make beef jerky it will taste like salmon. (ask me how I know. the dog still loved it though).
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53 of 57 people found the following review helpful By RoadRunner on June 24, 2012
Recently purchased from Costco during one of their road shows. I was in the market for a regular propane type grill, however the sales display and salesman caught my eye. I am a skeptic, but decided to try something new since it was from Costco and if I didn't like it I knew they would stand behind the product or take it back. When we got it home and opened the box, the grill grate was bent and there were bare spots where the black porcelain coating had come off. Not a good start since we live 20 miles from Costco and I had to return the whole thing because they wouldn't just replace the grate. Luckily I hadn't assembled anything so this wasn't too much of a problem. When we returned the salesman was very apologetic and we selected another grill/box. Upon opening this box, it was obvious that things had been mismatched, the cooking book apeared used and was falling apart (they immediately gave us a brand new one on the spot). Other than this rocky start, things got much better. I found out that if your grill has welded legs on it then it was made in the U.S. If it has bolt on legs, it was made in China. Ours had bolt on legs, but OK. The assembly instructions were not very clear regarding hardware, the part numbers listed for the bolts/screws were labled with double letters such as AA, BB, CC etc, however the instruction booklet referred to the parts by numbers so what screws/bolts to use for which parts was best guess process. The bolts/screw hardware package was obviously a last minute add in from another grill, the hardware package had been opened with tape on the back closing it up. All of this aside, once assembled I found the grill to be sturdy and fairly well made. We had read previous reviews about substandard construction, however I found this one to be well made.Read more ›
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 16, 2014
I have had my lil texas for a little over 2 years. It does exactly as described. Holds temp with reasonable fluctuations (maybe 20 degrees on either side). My food tastes pretty darn good of this grill. Jerky is awesome. Chicken is killer. Bread...you name it me and my wife cool it on here. I saw 1 star and 2 star posts on here and talk about following instructions verbatim and the problems people were having....my question is did you pick up the phone? Did you call your salesman or customer service before you allowed your self to get all frustrated and emotional? Have I had smoke out of the hopper box? Yes. One time. I simply unplugged the machine and went about calling people that knew more about the Traeger than me and guess what? Never happened again. Auger stop or not holding temp. The holding temp problem happened to me...One time and I called the people at Traeger and it never happened again. The auger had to be adjusted and now not only does my lil texas get to temp but it holds nicely at about 454. Pictures to prove it. A gentle suggestion to those who are going to or just bought your Traeger. ..food and buying a product have emotions attached just try to take a step back an breathe when something doesn't go your way and ask for help. You will be very glad you did.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By jeff2413 on March 22, 2014
I bought this grill from the Traeger dude at the local mall here in Ohio last year in November. The sales guy convinced me of what a great deal he was making me which I later found out was BS. The deal I rec'd was exactly what every person that ordered their grill online would receive. Oh wait...but I paid sales tax so I didn't get the same deal. Shame on me for not paying attention. Regardless, I got some pellets, free rubs, and a nice grill cover.

On to using the Traeger. I took some heavy foil and covered the drip pan and was ready to start cooking. Quick note...I ditched the foil later and just let the thing catch the drippings. The grease and gunk was getting between the foil and the pan anyway so why bother? It scrapes off easily.

I have cooked just about everything you can imagine on this grill. Chicken wings would have to rank towards the top. Smoke them for an hour or so and then crank up the heat until they are crispy. Other items include a 9lb butt, a giant prime rib, whole turkey, turkey breast, chicken and the list goes on. I have to say there are 2 things that I learned after using this grill a few times and not being very happy with the results. If you are like me and really don't care for salty foods, then go light on the rubs or seasoning you choose for your meat. I can't explain it but a little goes a long way with this grill. Secondly, you can't really smoke everything for hours because the skin/meat becomes rubbery and the texture is awful. I had it in my head I was going to smoke everything like I was in Memphis and the results were less than favorable. Turn the heat up as high as it will go for chicken and steak and be patient in your cooking times. The results are amazing once you figure out how long it takes to cook stuff.
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