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Old 03-29-2017, 10:25 PM
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Might be up Jennifer's alley to make some of these. I guess it works really good for the grill turning steaks and hotdogs. A customer showed it to me when he was picking up some stock the other day. Thought I would share it here for anyone to steal the idea.Click image for larger version

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Old 03-29-2017, 10:32 PM
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I used to have one and they work well, if your steak is not sticking to the grill. I have some stainless rod. I should make another one. No forging just bending.
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I used to have one and they work well, if your steak is not sticking to the grill. I have some stainless rod. I should make another one. No forging just bending.
Good call with bending cold.. Some 300 series would do the trick wonderfully and then you wouldn't have to passivate them to remove all the scale..
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Brian, You need to get setup so you can just make some..

That would be a good demo item.. Probably sell a few.. Thanks for idea..
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Good call with bending cold.. Some 300 series would do the trick wonderfully and then you wouldn't have to passivate them to remove all the scale..
It is 304 stainless. Got a couple inches of snow today so may be a few days before it warms up some.
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