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Old 11-04-2015, 12:50 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Dan View Post
I scraped and cleaned it thoroughly before stowing in back of truck.
IMHO, very easy to clean ... Simple Green cuts the grease, then store it in a black trash bag and stash it with the picnic bench cushions and tablecloth. Very happy ... but it came with our TT, we didn't have to purchase it as an option. FYI, in bear country (Yosemite), we use the bear lockers and avoid doing any outside cooking, we cook inside and reheat frozen meals instead; saves time and allows for more enjoyment of the 'great outdoors'.

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Old 11-04-2015, 07:07 PM   #12
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Our Whitehawk came with the bumper grill as well and I use it all the time. I bought an iron griddle and use the BBQ to do bacon and eggs, etc, outside. I know for Jayco it is a $400 option but the grill is actually a Sidekick Grill and you can buy them for about $135 on the internet. It comes with a wall/table top mount but you can get the attachment to do the bumper mount as well. It cleans up fairly easy. I just don't like the upper warming rack that is permanently attached to the cooking grate. Anything you put on it touches the inside of the grill cover. It is nice to use to rap up some corn in foil and cook them while you grill your food.


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