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Old 09-01-2019, 09:59 AM   #1
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Anyone have this or other camp chef to measure?

https://www.cabelas.com/product/Camp...ve/1587353.uts

I want to do a mod for my outdoor kitchen and install this instead of the capital grille.

Could someone measure the depth of the burner assembly? I want to see if it fits in the existing shelf.

I bet the depth would be the same as in any camp chef stove. So if you have any of them it should work.
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Old 09-10-2019, 06:11 PM   #2
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I have the Camp Chef pro 30, sitting on the short legs it measures 9 inches to the top angle iron frame.
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Old 09-10-2019, 06:24 PM   #3
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I just bought a Lodge griddle that (should) take up most of the burner space - I plan on using my capital grill as a big griddle.

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I have the Camp Chef pro 30, sitting on the short legs it measures 9 inches to the top angle iron frame.


Thank you sir. I have not measured the grill shelf but I think this would be to deep.
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I just bought a Lodge griddle that (should) take up most of the burner space - I plan on using my capital grill as a big griddle.

Lodge Griddle


I bought a different Lodge griddle and while it works ok, I feel like it is not optimum and need to set the grill pretty high.

Let me know how yours works when you try it.
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I’m going out in 2 weeks or so. I’m interested to see how it works out. If it doesn’t I’m going to be salty as the grill than becomes totally useless to me.
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Iím going out in 2 weeks or so. Iím interested to see how it works out. If it doesnít Iím going to be salty as the grill than becomes totally useless to me.


I am sure it will work, I have used it to make bacon outside. Just seems to take a long time even on high.

My idea to make it a stove is so I can use it for other things also, like boiling or steaming veggies.
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I am sure it will work, I have used it to make bacon outside. Just seems to take a long time even on high.

My idea to make it a stove is so I can use it for other things also, like boiling or steaming veggies.
I didnít use it as I was just swinging by where I store the camper, but the Lodge I linked to earlier fits almost perfectly. FWIW
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I didnít use it as I was just swinging by where I store the camper, but the Lodge I linked to earlier fits almost perfectly. FWIW


Thanks for remembering and posting.
We did use ours for bacon and I made eggs. Worked fine except for a big hotspot in the middle and cooler spots on the side.
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