Mini hibachi replacement grate

I bought a little cast iron hibachi to add to my collection of miniature grills. It arrived today, and come to find out it didn’t include a grate, which it should have, given the price, but I digress.
Does anybody here know where I can get a grilling top for the thing? Either cast iron or stainless steel will do, the grill itself is 6" wide, but the little placement steps end so I think that 5" to 5.5" would work. The ones for sale that I found tend to be either 3" or 6". I tried a 6" from another grill, but it didn’t set into all the prongs even if I tried to set it around them and onto the top of the grill.
In other words, this really cheeses me off, but I don’t want to sent the cute little thing back if I can find a top for it.

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IIWY I’d return it. I couldn’t find a single photo of it on the net, nor a grill plate that would fit it.

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Beautiful grill. It is not unusual to get your own grill top because the grill grates are “somewhat” disposable over time. Of course, you can always put a cast iron or thick stainless steel grate, but more often than not, the thinner grate/mesh. Usually, you would be using something larger, not smaller. Here are a few photos for you to consider.

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If your grate maximum circumference is 6", then maybe a 7-8" grill mesh will work for you? This is just an example.

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Thanks for the input- I pulled the tops off a couple of other grills and you’re right- a 5" top fits on the top of the adjustable rack, but it lowers the usable area enough to make it fairly useless for anything much bigger than a marshmallow. So I ordered a 7.5" rack for it.
The wood stand didn’t strike me as a good idea- I’ll use a saltillo or ceramic tile.

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