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Old 03-14-2012, 10:05 AM   #71
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I use a Magma with "shore legs". It's been on my boat for a few years and we take it off the boat and use it camping.
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Old 03-14-2012, 01:23 PM   #72
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I haven't looked at that part of the manual but we have the horrid little grill that came as a bonus with our X18D and it would be under our awning if the awning is open. And I've used it that way, too. But it's so puny I can't imagine it causing issues. I've got in the garage to clean it because teriyaki chicken can do such damage to that grill and it caught on fire many times this last trip. But the flames were still so little that I wasn't alarmed. Perhaps I should be though....

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The RVQ is not a favorite of many. I can not figure out why they even offer it as a option. Wait a minute, Disregard, I am trying to sell it.
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Old 03-14-2012, 01:27 PM   #73
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Norty1, don't you love that Smokey Joe for briskets, chicken, ribs, pork butts, etc.? I bought the larger size for home and we have given it a real workout. Excellent results every time.

If you haven't seen it, check out this link:

http://www.virtualweberbullet.com/

It has tons of good recipes, methods, etc. that will only make your SJ experience better.
The one I have is the Lil Smokey. I have had the 18 inch and the 22 inch version in the past. Never saw the Bullet.
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Old 03-14-2012, 01:39 PM   #74
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The one I have is the Lil Smokey. I have had the 18 inch and the 22 inch version in the past. Never saw the Bullet.
You know what? You're right. My bad... it's called the Smokey Mountain Cooker. I saw "Smokey" and my brains fell out.
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Smokey Joe Gold

http://www.amazon.com/Weber-40020-Sm.../dp/B00004RALP

If you get one, buy the GOLD version, not the silver. The lid has a clamp that secures it when traveling. You can get them at Home Depot or Lowes.
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Old 03-14-2012, 03:06 PM   #76
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This our $20 charcoal grill we've had for a few years. It's like an old friend !
We have one just like this that I bolted a couple pieces of angle iron to the bottom so it won't tip over. We also have a Traeger pellet grill that I need to figure out how to stow in the trailer.
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The RVQ is not a favorite of many. I can not figure out why they even offer it as a option. Wait a minute, Disregard, I am trying to sell it.
My husband just told me that we don't have the Jayco grill. RV Direct switched it out with another brand because there were so many complaints about the Jayco-supplied grill. I can't say that the grill they gave us was any better. Looking to replace it myself....
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Yeah, ours too. I think it's a safety issue. The RVQ manual says to not use under an awing. I can live with that.

The other thing about ours is that it was mounted so high. The grill plate is about chest high for me, but would be too high for DW.

I have an RVQ for mine and is mounted under the awning. Never had problems.

I also bring my drum smoker to to smoke my favorite meats! :hihi:
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I use the camp chef...its a great product with lots of options.
http://www.campchef.com/outdoorsman-...ner-stove.html
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I've had a Camp Chef now for about 15 years... think it cost me $89 but man, it's worth every penny.
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