Heavy Stainless steel drip trays and heat shields

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It is running about the same on here as other platforms. I am getting about 1 in 30.
Why?

It is expensive thanks to freight and current supply chain issues. I bought one for my Ironwood 885 as I have a considerable investment in it and want to extend my cooking with it beyond Traeger's warranty. Their drip pan rusts and warps.

Would you say most of the buyers have high end Traegers?
 

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I have an older model it the BBQ124 and my zip code is 33578 I’m very interested in this product email me at kdbodie@earthlink.net. Thanks in advance.

I build these to order for almost every traeger grill. Send me a message with your grill model and zip code and I can get you a quote.
These are built out of heavy 304 stainless so
No more rust
No more warping so less apt to catch fire
No more hotspots
Looking forward to talking to all of you

I build these to order for almost every traeger grill. Send me a message with your grill model and zip code and I can get you a quote.
These are built out of heavy 304 stainless so
No more rust
No more warping so less apt to catch fire
No more hotspots
Looking forward to talking to all of you
Shawn,
I have a Timberline 850 and my zipcode is 84067, I was wondering if you could provide a quote for the Heavy Stainless steel drip trays and heat shields I saw in the forum?
my email is : neal_ala@yahoo.com
Thanks in advance,
Neal
 

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Shawn,
I have a Timberline 850 and my zipcode is 84067, I was wondering if you could provide a quote for the Heavy Stainless steel drip trays and heat shields I saw in the forum?
my email is : neal_ala@yahoo.com
Thanks in advance,
Neal
 

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Shawn,
I have a Timberline 850 and my zipcode is 78624, I was wondering if you could provide a quote for the Heavy Stainless steel drip trays and heat shields I saw in the forum?
my email is : rm_wallace@iname.com

Thanks in advance,

Michael
 

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I build these to order for almost every traeger grill. Send me a message with your grill model and zip code and I can get you a quote.
These are built out of heavy 304 stainless so
No more rust
No more warping so less apt to catch fire
No more hotspots
Looking forward to talking to all of you
Timberline 1300
71325
 

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I have no idea what model mine is (given to me). What dimensions would you need me to measure (ie do I measure the old bent Traeger one or do you make a different size)?

By the way, how is the heat distribution with these? With no baffle, I'm wondering how even temperatures are.
 
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Can you send me a picture of it?
 

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Shawn,

Just installed mine yesterday. I cant wait to cook with it..
Really solid. Fits like a glove. Thank you
 

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Got back into town today and this was waiting for me. One BAB (big ass box) 36" long and 23 lbs. No wonder it cost and arm, leg, & left huevo to ship. :ROFLMAO:

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Nicely packed and no damage to this heavy duty drip pan and heat deflector for my Ironwood 885.

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This is some thick stuff. Very sturdy! I can't wait to break it in this weekend with a brisket cook. Woot!

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Thanks for posting these pictures! What are your thoughts? Any added benefits you can speak of since using them? Do you still use a drip tray with these? I placed my order over the weekend, seeing these pictures makes me happy I made the order, can wait to receive mine. Thank you!
 

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Thanks for posting these pictures! What are your thoughts? Any added benefits you can speak of since using them? Do you still use a drip tray with these? I placed my order over the weekend, seeing these pictures makes me happy I made the order, can wait to receive mine. Thank you!
I havent used mine yet but my plan is to use up the Traeger drip trays I have and then to just use heavy duty foil.
 

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Just installed my new shield and drip pan, wow, beautiful work Shawn! The pan has a rear down tab that positively locks the pan in place into the rear square steel loop. This far exceeds the original pan design.

Now to cook something!
 

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