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Old 01-08-2012, 07:38 PM   #1
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Barbecue options on 28R & 28BHS

I am wondering whether these trailers come with a barbecue, or an outdoor hook up for a barbecue? If not, what type of options would you recommend?
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Old 01-08-2012, 07:58 PM   #2
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According to Jayco`s standard and options page the outside grill is a 200.00 option on both the 28R and 28BHS. So it would have to be ordered with it by you or the dealer. As for myself, I have a small Weber gas grill and a coleman stove for my outdoor cooking, along with some good old campfire cuisine. Also occasionally use a Weber charcoal grill
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Old 01-08-2012, 08:04 PM   #3
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If you get a quote through RV Direct, they show you the discounted prices when purchasing a bbq through them with a tt purchase (of course, if you get a full quote from them for the tt you would like, you can use that as a bargaining tool with the manager from a local dealer to get the best 'deal' possible).
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It is possible that you have a quick connect gas connection even if you don't have the optional grill. Look under the trailer and you might have one. We carry a small Webber grill and an extra 5 gal propane tank. We have the quick connect but have never used it.
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It is possible that you have a quick connect gas connection even if you don't have the optional grill. Look under the trailer and you might have one. We carry a small Webber grill and an extra 5 gal propane tank. We have the quick connect but have never used it.
I don't have a quick connect, but my gas line under the trailer is stubbed out for adding one. Would be a pretty quick weekend mod.
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I don't have a quick connect, but my gas line under the trailer is stubbed out for adding one. Would be a pretty quick weekend mod.
Same here. No such luxury.
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We have the quick connect. Don has tried everything to get the connect so it will actually hook up the tube from the connect to the bbq. We went to all the places suggested by members here with no luck. We just use the 5lb tank for our non-Jayco bbq
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Old 01-08-2012, 08:26 PM   #8
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You can check into the RVQ grill. It is an outside grill and not a stove. I never used mine since it is only the two of us so it is listed in the Parts for Sale on this Forum.
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Old 01-09-2012, 11:07 AM   #9
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If you order the BBQ option then you have a quick connect fitting with a shut off valve underneath your trailer to hook it up. If you don't order the option then as mentioned it might just be plumbed to add something later on. I ordered a second quick disconnect from the factory along with the grill option. They hit me for $200.00 more but it is a seperate second line and not just tied into the orginal one. The reason I did this was for running 2 grills at once. I modified my Coleman Roadmate to a quick connect 10 ft hose so I can grill, boil or cook pretty much anything outside at the same time. The mod is simple on these units since the regulator is not soldered or welded on. You will not be able to go into a second regulator with this type setup since it is regulated already for the camper at the tanks. This will not give you the proper flow to run the unit.

Some do not like the grill right next to the camper but I have not had any issues with heat and I use it everytrip. One thing you might want to check is where your awning ends. Being a TT it will be much lower to the heat source and could be directly over the grill. My awning is 2ft short of the grill which allows for it to travel straight up without hitting the awning. They are also table or ground ready with the mounting brackets provided from the factory if you want to go that route.

If you have the trailer and the pipe right there to tap into then you will need a quick connect valve with a shutoff on the camper side.
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My experience with attempting to convert a Weber to the Jayco quick disconnect/connect is that you can only get parts the will adapt to the Jayco quick disconnect from Jayco. Standard Weber quick connect/disconnect will not fit in the Chinese version that Jayco uses. Jayco wanted like $60.00 for a connection that will adapt to their "off shore" model. Isn't that a hoot, American made product using Chinese parts.
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