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The Grill only weighs about 30 ish pounds, not bad at all. If you are using a small tank it can screw directly into the grill. This is a good unit. I personally have used both the small tank and larger 20 ppond tank. The small er one is handy for tailgating somewhere, then I use the larger for camping when the grill is… see more The Grill only weighs about 30 ish pounds, not bad at all. If you are using a small tank it can screw directly into the grill. This is a good unit. I personally have used both the small tank and larger 20 ppond tank. The small er one is handy for tailgating somewhere, then I use the larger for camping when the grill is set up and in place for a few days.
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The Grill only weighs about 30 ish pounds, not bad at all. If you are using a small tank it can screw directly into the grill. This is a good unit. I personally have used both the small tank and larger 20 ppond tank. The small er one is handy for tailgating somewhere, then I use the larger for camping when the grill is set up and in place for a few days.
Hope this helps you out, Tim

By Timothy J Zimmerman on July 1, 2013
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not without a lot of trouble unit is not made to be separated I just slide my collapsed unit in my suv when im tailgating
without the stand you would have a fire hazard and other problems
webber makes one that can be separated and used with w/o stand

By ken skews on May 10, 2014
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More power from the LXX (1000 BTU per burner more), built-in thermometer, and better build quality. This is the one I would get.
By Tommy on April 17, 2014
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*Fully assembled: (LxWxH) 47 in. x 19 in. x 34 in. (119.38 cm x 48.26 cm x 86.36 cm)
By Charlie on September 23, 2013
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I lined the inside of the grill with a heavy aluminum foil before I used it. But I use a cold stiff bristle brush for cleaning the plates, and what ever gets on the grill. I purchased my cold use brush at Orchard Supply Hardware in the BBQ section; though it's probably on Amazon!
By Charles H. on July 28, 2016
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Deprnding on the altitude yes just sometimes it takes a little longer.
By Robert H. Nelson on October 24, 2015
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Cast iron griddle, cast iron cook surface. Steel grill (lid, bottom)
By Charlie on February 2, 2014
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The LXX has a higher butane rating, and includes a thermostat. The LXX HAS 22000 btu compared to the LXE that only has 20000.
By TX on December 13, 2014
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they sell adapters that will allow you to use larger tanks
By Threekittylover on May 21, 2014
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You only have 2.5" from the bottom of the grates to bottom of the grill. I suppose you could have a box made that would fit that dimension.
By DOBBER on December 11, 2015