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Old 03-24-2013, 05:50 PM   #11
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I have been wanting to add a table attachment where the OEM BBQ slides into a rail on the side of the table but haven't got around to it yet... Something like this maybe from google images...
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Can you tell me where you got the bracket that is on the table addition? Have been looking and no luck.
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Here's one at Camping World.
I've seen them on Amazon and Ebay as well.
Search RV Grill Mount Rail

http://www.campingworld.com/shopping...ing-rail/36115
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I got at least two of those BBQ things that comes with trailer still in their box somewhere in the garage... We use the traditional COLEMAN ROADTRIP - Blue One... Have it set up under the awning just next to the POPUP trailer door. Uses the 1 LB canister... This one comes with folding stand and a whole bunch of accessories with a pull around tote with wheels which makes it easy to carry in the back of the truck. Everything is inside the bag... I like the water tray under the burner which makes for real easy clean up. Works great for us with the two interchangeable grills for different uses. We added more interchangeable grills to the tote
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That's what we use as well.
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I'm wanting the other side that mounts on the table edge.
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We bought the RVQ II ( last year) and love it Larry
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I got at least two of those BBQ things that comes with trailer still in their box somewhere in the garage... We use the traditional COLEMAN ROADTRIP - Blue One... Have it set up under the awning just next to the POPUP trailer door. Uses the 1 LB canister... This one comes with folding stand and a whole bunch of accessories with a pull around tote with wheels which makes it easy to carry in the back of the truck. Everything is inside the bag... I like the water tray under the burner which makes for real easy clean up. Works great for us with the two interchangeable grills for different uses. We added more interchangeable grills to the tote
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I too was worried about the BBQ being so close to the trailer but everyone you talk says they are safe and absolutely no problem with it being right up against the trailer wall. I never used mine....

I have been wanting to add a table attachment where the OEM BBQ slides into a rail on the side of the table but haven't got around to it yet... Something like this maybe from google images...
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i have the coleman roadtrip too ...and i bought the griddle attachment also. we had used it for tent camping and it really works great. we just got our camper and was wondering if it was worth the bother taking the one out of the box and assembling it and from your comment i guess not...my parents got us the road trip and knew we were eventually going to buy a camper so they bought us the long hose attachment as well...thanks for the info
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i have the coleman roadtrip too ...and i bought the griddle attachment also. we had used it for tent camping and it really works great. we just got our camper and was wondering if it was worth the bother taking the one out of the box and assembling it and from your comment i guess not...my parents got us the road trip and knew we were eventually going to buy a camper so they bought us the long hose attachment as well...thanks for the info
X2 - we have the Coleman roadtrip (red one) and the large griddle plate for it (you can cook a whole pack of bacon on that griddle).
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