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Old 06-13-2010, 09:15 PM   #11
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We have the outdoor kitchen on our Eagle 304BHK. Camping this weekend for the first time with this new TT. Will let you know what I think.

First impression is great, however it has an outside stove that is equipped vs a grill. I am planning on putting the grill on a table close by, but need to find a dual regulator for the propane.
Idlove to see a pic of your trailer w/kitchen
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When do new models typically get released? I'm in the market for a pop-up, and would love to find a 2010 model that a dealer is trying to move. It is something that I'm definitely willing to wait for.
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2011 should be hitting the market in the next couple months
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We looked at the outdoor kitchens and thought they were really just a fad - lots of extra weight and wasted space.

While I've seen units with outdoor kitchens in the showrooms, I haven't seen any in the Campgrounds. I'm very curious about owners pros & cons about them.
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Me to Monk, We have seen 2 in the campground and both were being used the owners liked em. They were both only on their first outing with them though. The wife and I cook ouside almost all the time, and that is why I think I would like one. Im hoping they are offered in more 5th wheel models.
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When do new models typically get released? I'm in the market for a pop-up, and would love to find a 2010 model that a dealer is trying to move. It is something that I'm definitely willing to wait for.
Are ya downsizing Sam or, if I may ask, is the pop-up for a son or daughter? We're thinking about an Eagle but not sure which floor plan. If we get a new one, this year or next, we want one we can live in for at least 4 to 6 months at a stretch. Our current 5'er is OK but the bedroom isn't are large as I'd like. Us ole railroad types can't ever be happy with what we've got.
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We have the 304BHK TT with the outside kitchen.. Is great to have the fridge outside for drinks and condiments; preventing unnecessary in and out trips by kids.. The two burner stove top is very narrow though and would have to have two very small pans to be able to use both at same time.
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