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Gas Grill Replacement Parts


Burner Tube Kit

Built for Genesis 1000-5500 and *most Gold/Platinum/Platinum I/II
  • Burner Tube Kit

Fits: Genesis® 1000-5500, Genesis® Gold/Platinum (prior to 2002 model year) and Platinum I/II gas grills

Part #7506

    • Out Of Carton Dimensions
      1"H x 1"W x 26.2"D
    • Individual Carton Dimensions
      29.5"H x 2.2"W x 2.7"D
    • Material
      Stainless steel
    • Fits
      Genesis® 1000-5500, Genesis® Gold/Platinum (prior to 2002 model year) and Platinum I/II gas grills
      • Features
      • Includes 3 stainless steel burner tubes, 1 Crossover tube, 
1 hardware pack and 1 
instruction guide
  • Burner Tube Kit
$ 50.75 50.75
pointer Retailers
Burner Tube Kit is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 49.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Repair to Weber grill was successful Fixing our 1995 Weber Genesis 1000 was a wise decision. We shopped the current Weber models and were sadly disappointed by their quality and lack thereof compared to what we have. The repair was worth more than the cost of a comparable new Weber and we now hope to get another 20 plus years with this grill. Oh ya, this was our very first time ever replacing the burner tubes. THAT, IS QUALITY! When Made In The U.S.A. still meant something.
Date published: 2018-01-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from New heat from an old friend. My Genesis is approximately 20 yrs old; replaced the Flavorizer Bars and Grates last year and now the burner tubes and valves and manifolds. It was at 500 degrees in 12 minutes and the needle on the built in thermometer was buried at 20 minutes. Even heat everywhere. Easy to install both components. The best $150 you'll ever spend.
Date published: 2018-05-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It works, I bough the burner tube assembly as my old one had worn out. Installed it and it works well as long as you don’t move it. Problem that I discovered is trying to prevent it from moving. From what I can tell there was a holding screw to set it in place. The old screw has worn to the point I am unable to remove. Probably can drill to hold assembly tight but before I do that I will use a ss wratchet clamp to see if that will hold it tight.
Date published: 2018-12-05
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