I cut out the deflector plate out of some plate I had for another project.
I used the stock charcoal grate for the circle. Cut it out with the jigsaw and a bit of oil. Wish I could have been a little more accurate with my circle.
I burned off the coating for the brackets and clips. I tried to just put them on the grate, but eventually had to put them directly into the charcoal.
This is a better picture of the handle I made for the stock air vents. I was able to get a pear shaped wood thing from a hobby store. Drilled a 1/4" hole and screwed it on the all thread. Painted with high heat black paint.
I bolted the brackets in. I had to cut the 3/4" bolts down so I could use the acorn nuts. I used the 2 1/2" bolts to hold the deflector plate, should be 3". I used 2 nuts to help center and hold the plate in place.
Placed the clips into place and installed the plate and racks.
So her it sits in it's new home. I was able to aquire a couple aluminum risers to place it and the DO when needed.
Thank you for taking the time to look. If I can help answer any questions please feel free to ask.
I will update the first post later with costs. I will say the way I did mine is not the cheapest way, but I am very happy with the results.