First Mod - Sear Station

k-dizzle

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Wanted a better way to sear at super high heat. I found this online. It wasn't cheap but removed the side shelf on my timberline, had to drill as single hole. But it gets very hot very fast. Has been a great way to finish a reverse sear.

https://www.bbqguys.com/phoenix/sea...ide-burner-for-phoenix-cart-grills-pfmgsear-p


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Wow that looks great! Crazy how that attachment is more expensive than most propane grills.
 
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That looks really useful and also like it is meant to be there. Thinking about it, if you made a thicker piece of stainless cut to fit over the inset grate, with tabs to hold it in place, you would have a shelf that converts to a sear station and back and forth.
 
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Wanted a better way to sear at super high heat. I found this online. It wasn't cheap but removed the side shelf on my timberline, had to drill as single hole. But it gets very hot very fast. Has been a great way to finish a reverse sear.

I don't know how I missed this post, but that's an awesome mod. Traeger should take note and give us this option from the factory!
 

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