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    Does anyone know where to get a good Tuscan Grill for my over? I really want one like this, but I can't find any online or near me. Forno Bravo doesn't sell them in their store anymore.

    Type I really want:


    I'm on west coast of US
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  • #2
    Have you tried a reverse google image search? Sometimes it helps.
    My Build:
    http://www.fornobravo.com/forum/f8/s...ina-20363.html

    "Believe that you can and you're halfway there".

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    • #3
      Someone else was looking and I made some suggestions in that thread.
      https://community.fornobravo.com/for...965#post433965

      I was l
      ucky enough to get one when Forno Bravo was still selling them in their store
      My build thread
      https://community.fornobravo.com/for...h-corner-build

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      • #4
        Originally posted by mandrews0809 View Post
        Does anyone know where to get a good Tuscan Grill for my over? I really want one like this, but I can't find any online or near me. Forno Bravo doesn't sell them in their store anymore.

        Type I really want:


        I'm on west coast of US
        Even Amazon and eBay don't have such grills? Very strange.

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        • #5
          No they don't have cast iron ones. There are some cheaper stainless steel ones etc but no true Tuscan ones that I could find. The ones on Etsy were 150+ so I ended up buying a replacement grill grate and putting 2 inch cast iron legs on (bolted)

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          • #6
            Originally posted by mandrews0809 View Post
            No they don't have cast iron ones. There are some cheaper stainless steel ones etc but no true Tuscan ones that I could find. The ones on Etsy were 150+ so I ended up buying a replacement grill grate and putting 2 inch cast iron legs on (bolted)
            Can you tell me how you did the legs? What did you buy and where? How did you attach them? I'm looking to do the same thing.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by terdferguson View Post

              Can you tell me how you did the legs? What did you buy and where? How did you attach them? I'm looking to do the same thing.
              Here you go. An old BBQ grill. Make the legs as long as you like.

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              • #8
                Thank you!

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                • #9
                  My tuscan grill is complete. I bought a cast iron grate made for grills off of amazon. Then I took it to a local welder and asked him to weld on legs. He said that was a bad idea and that the expansion/contraction would eventually lead to the legs cracking off. Instead he made a base that my cast iron grate can sit in. Probably cost me $200 altogether. Haven't used it yet but I like how it turned out! Link to grill grate from amazon: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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                  • #10
                    That should work fine. Good move.
                    My Build:
                    http://www.fornobravo.com/forum/f8/s...ina-20363.html

                    "Believe that you can and you're halfway there".

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by terdferguson View Post
                      My tuscan grill is complete. I bought a cast iron grate made for grills off of amazon. Then I took it to a local welder and asked him to weld on legs. He said that was a bad idea and that the expansion/contraction would eventually lead to the legs cracking off. Instead he made a base that my cast iron grate can sit in. Probably cost me $200 altogether. Haven't used it yet but I like how it turned out!
                      Nice looking grill! I like the Tuscan I got from FB but might make a custom one so I can get a pan that will fit underneath and catch all the drippings. I slide a cookie sheet under mine but still get a bit of grease on the bricks, and even though it might eventually burn off I don't like the idea of getting a cup or more of chicken fat on the oven floor.
                      I'm curious what other grill users are doing - catching the drippings or just letting them drop?

                      My build thread
                      https://community.fornobravo.com/for...h-corner-build

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