Rancher Fire Pit Charcoal Grill with Rotisserie, 31-Inch
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- 730 sq.in. primary cooking area and 158 sq.in. secondary cooking area
- Steel Construction
- Height Adjustable Rotisserie
- Swivel Table and Pot Hanger
- Bottom Pipe Drainage
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|Item Dimensions||38 x 39.25 x 39.25 inches|
|Item Weight||93 pounds|
|Manufacturer Warranty Description||30 days|
|Shipping Weight||102.7 pounds|
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The Rancher fire pit grill has a 730 square inch primary cooking surface. The fire bowl is heavy duty 4mm thick for a long life with a drain pipe on the bottom. The grill comes with height adjustable rotisserie, double nickel plated cooking grate, swivel work table, and adjustable pot hanger hook.
Top Customer Reviews
we have it for 1 year, it stays outside (in Seattle) and getting little rust on the grill, but nothing major.
I've cooked could bbq on it, even though it requires pretty significant fire (the grill is really high).
(I have added a round grill at the bottom to elevate the fire and collect the ash)
Not sure if this one is different than what I first viewed.
It is worth the money if your looking for and inexpensive fire pit for your yard.
Well 2 days later i received two new legs. I really didn't want to empty the pit out to replace the legs. Well again it took 10 min to replace them. VERY easy to work on.
They need to have someone in customer service that speaks and understands better English.
The grill should ONLY be in place when ready to cook - and then removed when cooking is complete.
I used the small 12 inch "working table" grill to keep a porcelin coffee pot of water on for 4 days straight over oak wood fire. The small grill looked like crap - AS EXPECTED - clean, oil and store properly - - - - and it still looks like crap BUT will last and work for MANY years !! Same for the main grill.
The small grill and pot hook are a pain if not level as they will swivel where you don't want. SO get some leveling shims from Home Depot and stop whinning. You can also spinkle a bit of sand on the pivot surface so it won't puvot easily.
I saw several units in use at very large camp venues - - - many were taking turns cranking the manual spit and rotisserie with awesome meat products on it. I got a long spit and meat spikes at Home Depot and tied my elecrictric motor on with coat hanger wire . . . . . then ran it with a car battery and small inverter . . . . OMG ! I could do 6 cornish hens and the crowd went WILD !!!!!
GOOD BUY - - - Understand what you paid for and use and care for it properly and you'll get great results and returns.