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Old 12-10-2014, 06:00 AM   #1
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Out side grill

Hello all, we would like to add the Outside grill,the bracket is mounted to the TT, its the only thing the PO didn't buy,so any recommendations ?
the quick connect is there as well,looks like we need the grill and hanging bracket. Thanks will be watching for the responses.
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Old 12-10-2014, 06:58 AM   #2
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This is an age old debate and one of personal preferrence. One thing Ithink we all agree is the the side mounted grills are not the best choice when it comes to grills. Having owned one I can say that the life span is short (2-3yrs) of late with the deflector plate rusting out on most of them. They are very hard to clean as well. The Camco SS version is better than the RVQ if you really want one.

Most of use use a Webber Q, Camp Chef, Coleman Roadtrips as well as afew other versions. All three above are multifuctional in that you can use variuos cooktops on each to expand your outdoor cooking. I cook almost everything and like the versatility of my Camp Chef. It is large, but there are smaller versions. All three can be adapted to go into your quick connect propane line. All three are only slightly more than the side mounted versions.

If you have the time and don't need until the spring then do some research on each.

This is my opinion as I am sure others will chime in.
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Old 12-10-2014, 06:59 AM   #3
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I was looking at this. I think I'm going to get it........if I ever get my trailer.... I'll get the adapter to hook into the trailer propanehttp://www.walmart.com/ip/22859671?w...340415&veh=sem
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+1 on the Weber Baby Q. I use the optional extended propane hose and 20# tank, mounted on the light weight table.
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Old 12-10-2014, 07:46 AM   #5
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I only used the one that came with my 31DS one time and gave up on it. Went to a Char-Broil TRU-Infrared Grill2Go X200 - Model 12401734 this is a graet grill. but if you want that charcoal you can't beat a Weber.


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Old 12-10-2014, 01:49 PM   #6
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Weber Q it is. Run it off of one of your 30# tanks with a selector regulator and you are in business. Store it in a big rubbermaid tote.
The RVQ is a dog. hard to clean, collects grease and unless you pressure wash it all the time the thing will stink
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Old 12-10-2014, 05:17 PM   #7
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That road trip grill looks fine, wonder how long it would last ???
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Old 12-10-2014, 05:59 PM   #8
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I have had a Coleman road trip for almost 7 years they are heavy but built well. My dad as a weber q both work well my is a little bigger and puts out more heat. But his is lighter.
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Old 12-10-2014, 06:00 PM   #9
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No mater which grill you decide on I would not mount it on the side of the TT. I bought an Olympic from amazon ready to go for low pressure propane outlet on my TT and a 10' hose and I either set on on the picnic table or a folding table I take with us. I usually place the grill so it is just out from under the awning (smoke) and across from the TT entry door so it is very convenient. My Eagle came with the propane outlet under the rear bumper so I moved it so it is on the side between the tandems and the entry door so it is much more convenient and at the same time out of the way.
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I agree with the others who say DO NOT attach any grill to the TT Sidewall. I have seen on a friend's TT, who used the RVQ for a couple seasons, the permanent discoloration to his sidewall from hot greasy air coming in contact with the TT. Its very simple to avoid this by not have any grill attached.

Further on my TT the bracket is under the awning. I imagine if I was to use a grill attached to it not only would it affect the side wall but also the awning.

As for what grill to get, when not using a charcoal grill (my preference), I use a Weber Q200 and love it.
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