Weber Grill Parts

Weber Smokey Mountain Parts

22.5 inch Weber Smokey Mountain Parts

Here is everything you need to refurbish your 22.5 WSM.  Most of these are original Weber parts but some, like the lid hinge and gasket kits, are great aftermarket components made by folks that know and love this great smoker.

Never put you lid on the ground again!

Cooking Grate
Charcoal Grate
Weber Grill Straps for 22.5″ Smoker
3 Pack Damper Kit
Temperature Gauge
WSM Gasket Kit
Door Assembly
Charcoal Ring
Water Pan
Lid Hinge Kit
Weber Smoking Rack
WSM Cover
PartyQ BBQ Temperature Controller for Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker

18.5 inch Weber Smokey Mountain Parts

Another great aftermarket component only available for the 18.5 WSM is a custom thermal blanket.  This insulated blanket will help you hold temps no matter how hard the wind is blowing or how much rain is coming down.

Heavy Duty Stainless Steel Grate for 18.5 Inch Weber Smokey Mountain – Upper Cooking Grate

An excellent thermal blanket for the 18.5 WSM.

Charcoal Grate
Lower Cooking Grate
Insulated Thermal Blanket
WSM Gasket Kit
Door Assembly
Temperature Gauge
Weber Grill Straps for 18.5″ Smoker
3 Pack Damper Kit
Water Pan
Charcoal Ring
Lid Hinge Kit
Weber Smoking Rack
WSM Cover
PartyQ BBQ Temperature Controller for Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker

14.5 inch Weber Smokey Mountain Parts

This baby smoker is pretty new and finding the right replacement parts is tricky.  Most of the charcoal rings and water pans out there will fit the mid-sized 18.5 inch smoker but not this smaller model.  The correct parts are listed below.

Charcoal Ring
Water Pan
Door Assembly
Cooking Grate
Charcoal Grate

Folks have love affairs with their Weber Smokey Mountains and I fully understand.

I remember the first time I used a WSM instead of the leaky offset smoker that I started out using.  I went from having to tend to a fire every two hours to not having to touch the charcoal for twelve hours.  In the offset I had to rotate and flip briskets due to uneven heat flow. Smoking three chickens in the offset turned into a strange version of Three Card Monte.  Guess which bird has actually cooked ladies and gentlemen!

Once I stopped fighting to control temperatures on my smoker that’s when I really started to learn how to barbecue!

Even though I love WSM cookers I am a little confused by the introduction of the 14.5 inch cooker.  It is pretty easy to modify a Weber Smokey Joe into a fantastic smoker for about $50.  I don’t understand shelling out a couple hundred for essentially the same  thing.

I included a few Weber Smokey Mountain parts for 18.5 and 22.5 inch cookers that are not original Weber parts; the gasket kit and hinge kit.  They look like great ideas and get pretty solid reviews.  I have not used these modifications myself so I can’t personally vouch for them.  I suspect if you poked around the Virtual Weber Bullet for a little bit you could find someone who has first hand knowledge of the products.