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I'm looking to replace an in-ground post grill, at the house we recently purchased. The post goes into concrete. I'd like to know what items to consider when it comes to the size of the post, size of connections, etc, since I have no previous experience
Posted by Elite Deals - Chris M. on 28 October 2013 12:59 PM

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Many older post grills used a 4 x 4 square post, where as most newer units use a round post. You will need to consider the following: Is the current post cemented in place or does it install into a sleeve that is cemented in place? Will you likely use natural gas or LP? If natural gas, how far will the grill be from the fuel source?

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I'm looking to replace an in-ground post grill, at the house we recently purchased. The post goes into concrete. I'd like to know what items to consider when it comes to the size of the post, size of connections, etc, since I have no previous experience with post-mounted grills.

From Page: MHP WNK4DD Model In-ground Post-mounted Gas Barbecue Grill

Manufacturer's Product Number: WNK4DD-N + MPP

Our SKU: MHP-WNK4DD-MPP

Page ID: mhp-wnk4dd-mpp

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