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One of the first things to go on most grills are the flame tents. The angled metal that goes over the burners. They are very easy and inexpensive to replace

I bought a four burner Brinkman grill for about $100 at and end of the season sale four years ago. We use it year round. There is nothing like grilling a steak in a snowstorm. Over the years, the flame tents turned into a rusty mess. Other than that, the grill was in great shape.

Rather than toss it and spend $150-$200 for a new grill, I simply replaced the tents. You can find them at almost any store that sells grills or online. Prices range from about $15 for two in stainless steel or $15 for four in porcelain coated steel. This will save you money and time.

Note – while you are at it, make sure that the rest of the grill is OK, especially the gas lines and burners.

Replacing the flame tents on a barbecue grill.

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