Silverton 810 Drip Tray Liners

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In case anyone is wanting to order the drip tray liners for the Silverton 810, they are BAC597 and only available to order directly from Traeger (1-800-TRAEGER) at the moment. Get your order in soon since it'll take 10+ business for them to arrive with the COVID craziness still going on.
 
In case anyone is wanting to order the drip tray liners for the Silverton 810, they are BAC597 and only available to order directly from Traeger (1-800-TRAEGER) at the moment. Get your order in soon since it'll take 10+ business for them to arrive with the COVID craziness still going on.
Thank you. I appreciate your updates.
 
Just made that call (with a bit of initial frustration that they did not appear in their shopping site) and was set right up by the very helpful rep. However there is a 2-pack limit because "covid".
 
I can’t say, I’ve never used them.
 
Are the liners that much better than heavy duty tin foil?

I use oven liners... much cheaper and still has the drip edge.
But they fit my 575 perfectly... don't know if any can be found to fit an 810
 
In the beginning I did foil wrapped liners as they were so expensive, then I just went to foil…
 
I will add that mine tends to melt liners on the left side of the drip pan, even with my added baffle. This is at temps over 425F, it just welds to the pan.

My latest fix was to add a piece of stainless screen material in between the foil and the pan, so far so good!

TIMESETL 304 Stainless Steel Woven Wire 8 Mesh - 12"X24" (30cmX60cm) Garden Fence BBQ Wire Mesh Window Screen Mesh https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07Q6PPXY...abc_N9CYQAZ6X1HN0FYFRVFQ?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
 
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Are the liners that much better than heavy duty tin foil?
My 780 came with one Traeger liner and it is nice.
After using it a couple of times, I started using the heavy duty al-foil.
The HD foil is slightly wider than the drip tray and it holds up nicely.
I think the HD foil is cheaper than the Traeger liners.
So... HD foil for me.
 
So frustrating that I just bought a Silverton 810 model and can't find the liners anywhere. Any suggestions to find them or is everyone just using heavy duty foil these days?
 
In case anyone is wanting to order the drip tray liners for the Silverton 810, they are BAC597 and only available to order directly from Traeger (1-800-TRAEGER) at the moment. Get your order in soon since it'll take 10+ business for them to arrive with the COVID craziness still going on.
I stopped using them. Just scrape down after a messy cook with astic scraper.
 

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