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    Quote Originally Posted by ExtraSlow View Post
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    dear diary, seems like every day I see poor grammar on beyond.ca....
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    Quote Originally Posted by finboy View Post
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    Would you hesitate to buy a 5-10 year old unit if it was well taken care of?
    Ours is about 8 years old now and seems to be working perfectly fine. It's only been "ours" for a a few years, but haven't had to do any service or maintenance beyond periodic "deep cleans" where the cleaner takes the caps off the burners, etc. As mentioned, cleanup after even a messy meal (bacon or over-boiled saucepan) is pretty easy, but the grates are heavy and cumbersome for my wife and are too large to fit well into a typical kitchen sink.

    We only have a cook top and can't speak to the quality of the ranges, but if our experience is any indication, I wouldn't hesitate to recommend.

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    Found one, it’s propane. Wolf say they won’t touch it for the conversion to NG, waiting for word back from my plumber if he’d take it on. Anything crazy that would prevent a LP to NG conversion? (Yes I have read the FAQ on wolfs site, no the serial number doesn’t fall in the range that is covered by wolf for the conversion)
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    Where did you find a propane stove in Calgary?
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Rural_Juror View Post
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    Where did you find a propane stove in Calgary?
    That’s actually pretty impressive yea
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    In town for repairs from remote location
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    Quote Originally Posted by finboy View Post
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    In town for repairs from remote location
    From Asia? Is this like the guys who steal your Honda civic and ship it to the Middle East to sell to Al Qaeda?
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    Walked on the deal, hunt continues
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    So... about this stove.
    Originally posted by Thales of Miletus

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    Put it on a cart and make an outdoor stove out of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Rural_Juror View Post
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    Put it on a cart and make an outdoor stove out of it.
    Does an outdoor wolf stove need a cover?

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    Originally posted by Thales of Miletus

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mitsu3000gt View Post
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    Our new house has gas and every single place we looked at while shopping unfortunately also had gas. You cannot escape it haha. Personally I hate gas tops (nightmare to clean, takes forever to boil water, not as safe for kids), and want induction, but it's virtually impossible to find. Trying to see if the builder can swap it for us but being gas there might not be a 240V outlet behind it and it won't be worth it to force the issue (oven is also gas).

    In my condo I lived with a Frigidaire Professional gas range and it did not have any issues during the 9 years before I got there or the 7 years I used it after that. It was rock solid, albeit a small sample size.

    My only suggestion regardless of what you choose is to make sure parts are easily available and repair costs aren't insane - that probably means buying something like Kitchen Aid or similar. All appliances are disposable garbage these days for the most part, so don't pay any more than you have to - you'll be repairing or replacing probably within ~5-8 years anyway.

    Nightmare to clean? Really? WTF are you cooking? lol Never had a problem with this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by killramos View Post
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    Does an outdoor wolf stove need a cover?

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    Good question.

    I also noticed that Trail carries Wolf BBQs starting right under $10k.
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    Quote Originally Posted by killramos View Post
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    Does an outdoor wolf stove need a cover?

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    Can't see the red knobs if it's covered
    Originally posted by max_boost
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strider View Post
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    Can't see the red knobs if it's covered
    You cut glory holes, noob.
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