Help with worn out Island Grill
So I have a Makers Mark Island grill, similar to the one pictured.
It has served me well for the past 7 or 8 years, but now has reached a point where it needs lots of repairs.
The heat diffusers and the main burners are shot. Cost is about $250 to replace those parts. But the gas manifold assy is also shot and I cannot find a replacement.
So my options are:
1) scrap the whole island and get a new gas grill.
2) replace the gas grill in this island with a drop in gas grill
( but I am afraid the fit will look very unprofessional)
3)Scap out the gas tubes and parts and use it strictly for wood and charcoal. Then buy a gas grill.
4) canabalize all the components and build a stone island with a drop in gas grill insert and use the drawers etc from this unit into the new island.
I would really like to find a gas/charcoal combonation grill but from what I have read there is none manufactured that are worth a darn.
Any ideas will certainly be appreciated.