Dickinson Marine Spitfire 180 BBQ
I finally got around to swapping out the inlet fitting (sent by Dickinson several months ago when I complained about the low flame) on the Spitfire grill yesterday at the campsite. It was a pain to replace, mainly because to get a wrench on the inside nut, I had to remove the shroud which is held in place by 3 screws with tiny nuts, washers and lock washers on the inside. But, the new inlet does improve the grill's performance. Grilled some steaks last night and it did a good job. Still don't think it gets hot enough just yet, but I played with the little slotted piece that controls the fuel/air mixture and was finally able to get a high flame.
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