• Please note, some of the links on our site are affiliate links (Learn More)
  • Important Announcement

    It's with sad news to announce that our site owner, Jake, has passed away. You can read the details here.

Is a 19 year old Wolf dual fuel 36" range worth buying?


Premium Member
Jan 7, 2022
Model Number
More than 10 years

I fund a 36" perfect condition dual fuel wolf range I'd like to buy. Problem is, the range build date is 2003... and seller won't budge off $6500 for it.

Range looks perfect, it seems to have been refurbished. I'm just hesitant about a 19 year old range specially when wolf only keeps parts for up to 20 years.

I found several newer ranges but all gas for less money. Not sure what to do, if the range was newer, I wouldn't mind paying 6.5k. What do you all think?
Being a servicer for SZ/WOLF I think the $ is too high. Not too many issues with these so I don't know what you mean by refurbished. If you're going to spend that much I would look at the newer Wolf dual fuel units.
they repolished the stainless steel, grates, etc. I can't find another used dual fuel. New is like 11k :(. I found several gas ones, do you have any experience with them?
I never liked the all gas units. I see alot of new on line for under 7K
They are based in your state- maybe could get a deal?
Last edited:
Parts wise, is there any difference between an older dual range with the newer ones? Yes I've seen all gas ranges for around 3-5k.
The newer ones have better burner heads not susceptible to loosening up and then warping. I meant dual fuel for under 7K not all gas. Plus you'll get a decent warranty if it's still the same- 2 yrs parts&labor--5 yrs on many parts

Users who are viewing this thread

Support Our Site

If you feel that you have benefited from this site, and would like to show your appreciation, please consider making a donation.