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Old 04-07-2010, 07:03 PM   #1
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Outdoor Gas Grill

I'm looking for a Jayco outdoor gas grill. Been to the Jayco website and my dealer's website, but see nothing of the sort.

Does one exist? If so, how do you like it, where did you get it, and do you have a picture of it?

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Old 04-07-2010, 07:56 PM   #2
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Are you looking for a grill that connects to your trailer gas line or a seperate gas grill? If you are looking for the one that connects to your TT, I think it is called the "RVQ" and it looks something like this:
http://store.rvdirect.com/rvdirect/d...p?ITEM=4500030
There is a gas line connection under your trailer for the gas and there is also a bracket that holds the grill on the RV. Is this what you are asking about?
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Old 04-08-2010, 07:55 PM   #3
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Yes, one that hooks to my trailer. I didn't see one at my dealer's store and for the life of me, I cannot find one on the Jayco website.

Doesn't Jayco offer one as a part or an accessory?

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I do not think Jayco offers that grill, but they have their RV's set up for the grills.
I personally did not want a grill that close to my trailer with all the grease splashing on the side and the heat of the grill that could do damage to the side of my TT. My Brother-in-Law owns the same grill and uses it on their JayFeather 23B. He has not had a single problem YET. I simply do not want the problem.
I am not sure if our Jayco dealer offers/sells them, but again, I did not want it.
I use a charcoal grill that I purchased from Home Depot made by Aussie.
http://www.homedepot.com/h_d1/N-5yc1...atalogId=10053
I prefer the charcoal grill taste and the ability to move the grill.
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Old 04-09-2010, 12:11 AM   #5
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Jayco once offered an RVQ with their pop-up campers. We got one in 2006 but never used it; it is still in the canvas carrying case stored in our attic.

Both RVQ and Olympian currently offer low pressure LP grills for use on the sides of RVs.

This is a link to the RVQ website: http://www.rvqgrill.com/

This is a link to a seller of Olympian 5500 stainless steel grill for use with low pressure LP gas and designed for use with travel trailers:
http://www.pplmotorhomes.com/parts/b...-gas-grill.htm

I think Camping World may carry one or both of the above grills.
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Old 04-09-2010, 09:00 AM   #6
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I guess what I really meant was a "stove" -- not a grille. I had a pop-up camper, which came with a stove that could be used inside or out (it attached to an LP gas line on the side of the trailer).

Isn't there such a thing from Jayco? My trailer has the mounting bracket for one as well as a gas line, but I sure don't see any such stove available on the internet.

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Old 04-09-2010, 12:25 PM   #7
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The attached link to a discussion of low pressure and high pressure LP gas stoves suggests that Coleman makes both types of stoves. You might want to try the Coleman website and/or call their parts department.

http://rvitch.com/forum/index.php?ac...;topic=63921.0

FYI--Coleman makes outdoor stoves that are fueled by 16 ounce propane bottles. My wife and I have a small one that we use. We also have a Coleman Roadtrip Grill that is fueled by 16 ounce bottles that we use--but we have a pickup to haul the Roadtrip grill in (wouldn't want to try to haul it inside the storage area in our travel trailer although it folds down and would fit).
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Old 04-11-2010, 03:31 PM   #8
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I have an RVQ for mine that came with it. I used it once, and have not used it again. It does not get very hot, so if you decide to use one, have patience when cooking.
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Gotta admit - I prefer the patience and slow pace of a good charcoal grill. The flavour it gives on whatever your cooking is amazing. That - and you can get a good amount of wine in ya while you're waiting for the briquettes to get hot!
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Hmmmmm McMonk, ya have a good point there. With the gas bbq turning on immediately, I have little time to enjoy a glass or two of wine. I guess charcoal could slow things down a bit
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