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Old 06-04-2014, 12:59 PM   #1
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I've been looking for an outdoor natural gas stove burner for some time now. I do 90% of my cooking on my Weber grills year round and 100% of it in the summer.

Thing is, I'd like to be able to boil potatoes and corn etc as well but want to keep the heat and moisture outdoors. I don't want to deal with propane as its a pain in the butt and I already went through the trouble of piping NG out to the grilling area years ago.

So! My question is, is there any reason a simple setup like this could not easily be modified to work reasonable well and safely on natural gas? I don't care if it doesn't produce 20,000 btus per burner, 10,000-12,000 is plenty.

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Since it specifies that it is ONLY for propane I assume it is not readily modified. Find an old gas range at the dump and cobble up something that fits the bill.

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Since it specifies that it is ONLY for propane I assume it is not readily modified. Find an old gas range at the dump and cobble up something that fits the bill.

I could be wrong, but I don't think that's a good assumption to make. All it means is someone buying it that isn't willing to drill or cut anything can't make it work with anything except LP.

I'm willing to drill, cut and braze if necessary.
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I'm on board with that. I do unauthorized mods myself when I feel like its the way to go. But I keep a fire extinguisher and cell phone handy in case my experiment gets away on me.
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I'm on board with that. I do unauthorized mods myself when I feel like its the way to go. But I keep a fire extinguisher and cell phone handy in case my experiment gets away on me.
I agree.
I have two 20lb ABC extinguishers by the grilling area.
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