Let’s get your Weber grill fixed so you can get back to grilling! It doesn’t matter how old your barbecue is; we will help you find the perfect replacement Weber grill parts!
Thanks for dropping by and checking out the shop! This site is designed to be the absolute easiest place to find replacement parts for your Weber grill.
I understand the frustration of not being able to find the parts for your classic grill down at the big box home improvement stores.
This site has done the hard work for you and has organized all of the different Flavorizer bars, grill covers, ignitors and cooking grates for the different grills. When it comes down to selecting the correct replacement parts attention to detail matters. I understand the difference between a grill made in 2000 and one made in 2002. Not only do I understand but I make it easy for you to figure out exactly which grill you have so you can get the right parts today!
I do not have the parts for converting grills from propane to natural gas or vice versa. The conversion is pretty simple if you can find the right orifices to insert at the front of your burner tubes but Weber no longer makes these available.
Many of the parts I point you towards will be OEM parts from Weber while others will be aftermarket parts from third party sellers. The quality between the two types of part are identical I am and convinced that for many of them that they are being produced by the same overseas factories.
There are a few things you should think about when you are buying replacement parts.
Is it worth buying replacement parts or should you get a new grill?
While some problem items like rusted grated and burner tubes with uneven flames are easy to spot, other grill issues often escape notice unless you are looking for them. Before you make a major investment in replacement parts make sure you examine the frame of the grill. If the metal tubes that hold the grill onto the cart frame are about to rust through then start thinking about getting a new grill. Replacement cart assemblies are extremely hard to find and will easily cost you a few hundred bucks if you do manage to track one down.
You will also want to take a look at the slider rails that hold the grease box onto the grill. The screws that hold the slider rails onto the grill are notorious for rusting out and letting the grease box become detached.
In many cases the screws will completely corrode into the cast iron base of the grill and will have to be drilled out. If you are not up to this task then it is better to find out now than after you have bought parts.
If you think you might be in the market for a new grill then check out this head to head article: Weber Spirit vs Genesis.
Understand the Quality Differences in the Parts.
In general you will have three choices for replacement Flavorizer bars. Weber offers these bars (or “flame tamers”) in porcelain enameled steel or stainless steel. The ones made of porcelain enameled steel are cheaper, will easily last you three years and work just as well as ones made from stainless steel. If you do want longer lasting ones then go with the heavy duty option made by third party sellers. These are typically made of 18 gauge stainless steel and usually cost much less than the ones offered by Weber.
In general you will also have three choices for replacement grill grates. The grates made from porcelain steel are the cheapest and work okay. Your other two choices are grates made from stainless steel or cast iron. I love the thought, look and feel of cast iron but when it comes to grilling I really have to recommend the stainless steel. Stainless steel grates will give you better grill marks than cast iron grates any day of the week. In addition, stainless steel is easier to clean and will last longer than cast iron.
Are Your Parts Under Warranty?
One last thing I recommend you do before buying parts is to READ your warranty. These grills come from Weber built to last and backed by a serious warranty that they fully support. The burner tubes carry a ten year warranty while other parts have coverage that varies between three to five years.
If you can’t find the warranty for your grill then get in touch with Weber directly and they can help you determine what parts of your grill are still covered.
This site is a labor of love put together by me, David Somerville. I am NOT associated with Weber-Stephens in any way. If you purchase a part for your grill through one of the links on this site then I will make a commission from Amazon at no extra cost to you.
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