Challenger 48″ Torch Cart for Kamado Joe Classic II Grill – Glimmer Grey
The Challenger Designs Torch Grill Cart for Kamado Joe Classic 2 – 17CGC-48-GG-FDP-KJ is a durable and versatile outdoor entertainment centerpiece. It features a 48-inch expansive counter-top, large weatherproof storage cabinet, and smaller cabinets for additional equipment storage. The cabinet is built to hold a Kamado Joe Classic 2 grill, with durable counter-top and frame that has a powder-coated finish and rolled & sealed aluminum edges.
The Torch Grill Cart is weather tight, with gasket sealed doors and flush handles featuring frame-less aluminum panels. It is also low-maintenance and easy to move with its durable casters. This mid-size Torch cart is a favorite among ceramic grillers because of its convenience, durability, and flexibility. Lastly, it is made in the USA.
- Built To Hold Your Kamado Joe
- Durable Counter Top And Frame with Powder Coated Finish and Rolled & Sealed Aluminum Edges
- Weather Tight, Gasket Sealed Doors, Flush Handles Feature Frame-less Aluminum Panels
- Made in the USA
About the Kamado Joe Classic II Grill:
Elevate Your Grill Game
Created for elevating the charcoal grilling experience, this grill provides all the features of the Classic Joe® I grill, plus more to bring your grill game to the next level. For those who crave the next level of innovation with features such as our Kontrol Tower® Top Vent for precise temperature control and Air Lift™ hinge to easily lift the grill dome, this grill is ideal to master any dish with convenience and ease.
Air Lift Hinge
Prevent your grill dome from slamming during lifting or closing with our Air Lift Hinge. This feature significantly reduces dome weight, so you can lift with ease of a finger and precisely control the opening location of the grill.
Kontrol Tower® Top Vent
The Kontrol Tower top vent maintains consistent airflow management during dome opening and closing. Constructed of powder coated cast aluminum, dual-adjustment top vent allows you to smoke from 225°F all the way to searing at 750°F.