Pro 575 fit with Series 22 Thermal Insulation Blanket

EssWill

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Hi All!

I wanted to relate that I took a risk and ordered the Series 22 Thermal Blanket even though I have the Pro 575 -- hoping it might fit. The reason is that I live in Minnesota and in the winter it can get down to -65 degrees windchill -- I don't grill in those temps, but I do grill in 0 degree weather, and I was hoping to achieve 2 things with the Series 22 Blanket when grilling is super cold temps: 1) prevent the faster burn-through of the pellets 2) improved ability to maintain a steady temp.

As it turns out, it fits. NOTE: you do have to run the straps through the oval holes that are on the lower, rear leg-panel, but it fits and it works great!

Also, note that I have the fold-down front shelf and the blanket fits even with the shelf added.

If you live in a colder climate and have the 575, the Series 22 thermal insulation blanket might be something to consider.
 
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Hi All!

I wanted to relate that I took a risk and ordered the Series 22 Thermal Blanket even though I have the Pro 575 -- hoping it might fit. The reason is that I live in Minnesota and in the winter it can get down to -65 degrees windchill -- I don't grill in those temps, but I do grill in 0 degree weather, and I was hoping to achieve 2 things with the Series 22 Blanket when grilling is super cold temps: 1) prevent the faster burn-through of the pellets 2) improved ability to maintain a steady temp.

As it turns out, it fits. NOTE: you do have to run the straps through the oval holes that are on the lower, rear leg-panel, but it fits and it works great!

Also, note that I have the fold-down front shelf and the blanket fits even with the shelf added.

If you live in a colder climate and have the 575, the Series 22 thermal insulation blanket might be something to consider.
That's great!
 

Hayden Slats

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Hi All!

I wanted to relate that I took a risk and ordered the Series 22 Thermal Blanket even though I have the Pro 575 -- hoping it might fit. The reason is that I live in Minnesota and in the winter it can get down to -65 degrees windchill -- I don't grill in those temps, but I do grill in 0 degree weather, and I was hoping to achieve 2 things with the Series 22 Blanket when grilling is super cold temps: 1) prevent the faster burn-through of the pellets 2) improved ability to maintain a steady temp.

As it turns out, it fits. NOTE: you do have to run the straps through the oval holes that are on the lower, rear leg-panel, but it fits and it works great!

Also, note that I have the fold-down front shelf and the blanket fits even with the shelf added.

If you live in a colder climate and have the 575, the Series 22 thermal insulation blanket might be something to consider.
Any chance you can post a photo of the cover installed on your 525? Maybe a shot of how you routed the straps too....
 

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Hi All!

I wanted to relate that I took a risk and ordered the Series 22 Thermal Blanket even though I have the Pro 575 -- hoping it might fit. The reason is that I live in Minnesota and in the winter it can get down to -65 degrees windchill -- I don't grill in those temps, but I do grill in 0 degree weather, and I was hoping to achieve 2 things with the Series 22 Blanket when grilling is super cold temps: 1) prevent the faster burn-through of the pellets 2) improved ability to maintain a steady temp.

As it turns out, it fits. NOTE: you do have to run the straps through the oval holes that are on the lower, rear leg-panel, but it fits and it works great!

Also, note that I have the fold-down front shelf and the blanket fits even with the shelf added.

If you live in a colder climate and have the 575, the Series 22 thermal insulation blanket might be something to consider.
thanks ... that’s great news - I’m in Alberta Canada and we run our traegers up to minus 40
 

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I know I am late to this post. Just bought the pro 575 last weekend and realized I needed the insulation blanket. Saw that the 22 series would work. Just received it today and went to go put it on and can’t figure out how the 3 hooks on the front cover are supposed to hook on? Any help with this would be much appreciated.
 
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