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Old 11-02-2017, 11:56 AM
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Anybody have any ideas where I could find a cheap gas cook top ?
Iím getting ready to start building an outdoor kitchen and want a
2 burner cook top to build in. I was hoping to find one used but
Havenít had any luck. I didnít really want to spend hundreds on
a new one at Home Depot.
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Old 11-02-2017, 12:34 PM
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I've been looking for one for that same purpose. I used to see them all over. I've been looking in those Habitat for Humanity Restore stores. I saw a used Jenn Air gas cooktop but they wanted too much for it.

It wouldn't look as nice but those burners from Agri Supply are cheap;

http://www.agrisupply.com/burners/c/6200012/
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check craigslist for someone parting out a camper or rv supply for a new one,of course they would be propane
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2 burner blackstone 165$ at amazon
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A two-burner Camp Chef stove might suit your needs better than a kitchen-type gas cooktop. Academy has them for $89.
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I have the camp chef in the above post and it works great!
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Might be worthwhile to call the local propane supplier. The may have a customer who has updated recently. Most all propane equipment can be switched to Natural gas.
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A two-burner Camp Chef stove might suit your needs better than a kitchen-type gas cooktop. Academy has them for $89.
This,,,, in the future I am going to use one of these for brewing,,,,
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