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Old 03-23-2013, 09:47 PM   #1
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What Kind of BBQ With New Camper?

My parents just got their new 26RLS last Saturday and it came with a BBQ. I saw the box under the mattress but I didn't really look at it and I was wondering what BBQ it is.
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Old 03-24-2013, 12:01 AM   #2
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RVQ?

Sidekick Grill?

Olympian?
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Mine comes with the RV500 Sidekick Grill
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Old 03-24-2013, 06:19 AM   #4
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I had an RVQ with the pop up..........sold it with the pop up. Didn't like it very well. Have a Weber Q now. This thing is awesome baby!!!
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Old 03-24-2013, 08:29 AM   #5
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The option is for the RVQ. There are much better grills out there for less $$$ IMO. I don't use mine for camping.

If I had an option to take it out and not pay for it, that would be the way I would go.
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Old 03-24-2013, 08:33 AM   #6
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Mine came with an RVQ.
For the two of us, I find it adequate.
I wouldn't pay $200 for one.
I've never had any problem cooking steaks, chicken, dogs or brats.
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Old 03-24-2013, 08:55 AM   #7
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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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Agree Roy,
I never had any problems with mine attached to the side of the camper.
The bracket actually stands the RVQ about 6" away from the side wall.

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I have a SideKick that I used last season with our Pinnacle. It came with a previous Jayco I had purchased. The SideKick has uneven heating and is cheaply made, IMO. I'm getting a Weber Q 120 for DW and myself...hoping/waiting for a sale on them. I have all of the gas fittings and length of hose to convert the Q to run off of the 5W's LP quick connect. Using the Q will allow me to grill under the awning if it's raining, which the SideKick does not allow due to placement of the outside wall grill hanger.
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I bought a Volcano Stove. It will burn wood, charcoal, or propane... and it handles a 12' dutch oven!
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