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    Anyone do a built in BBQ with natural gas??? How did that work? Any recommendations on Built in grills?

    I've seen plenty of nice Free standing propane units instead.

    But it's easy for me to pull a natural gas line and build a BBQ enclosure

    don't know??
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    Natural gas is the way to go, no tanks.

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    I read Carey(slowinhavasu) just plumbed one for someone...I forget who though
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    edit: Found it http://www.performanceboats.com//sho...hlight=natural
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    Default built mine last summer

    stamped top, was going to drop in a Santa Maria style fire pit ,but decided to go with Stainless Gas model instead , sits 8 comfortably with umbrellas and a kegger possably
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    Natural gas all the way. Built one inside next to custom fireplace in one house. Built one outside in my present home.
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    natural gas cooks slower so things don't get burned, love mine

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    Damn RRX that's a bad ass setup!!

    what kinda BBQ is that? Natural gas?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RiverRacerX View Post


    very nice setup

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hardly Satisfied View Post
    very nice setup
    I think that is his old place and you should see the pool setup he had in that yard as well.
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    I bought one of the dual gas setups. Used it with propane until my gas line was in and then bought the conversion kit. Natural gas is way better. No more running out of propane and paying $15 for a fill up. When I get around to building my BBQ Island, I'll likely pull the BBQ off the cart and put it on the island.

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