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Old 06-10-2015, 02:31 AM   #1
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Grill mounting

Ok all--I have a BBQ (RVQ), the extrusion rail that holds the BBQ bracket is mounted way too high, or they gave me the wrong bracket, my buddy's bracket sets the grill about the right height, my bracket sets it chest/neck high, I'm 6', LOL. So, in order to be able to free up my camp table I've decided to mount another extrusion rail. It needs to be lower and more towards the back. Here's my question--Can I just drill anywhere on the side of the TT? Or is the current extrusion rail mounted to "studs"? I'm also looking for the white screws that they use, the large Phillips/Square bit head. The holes on the new rail that I have are also closer together and its shorter. Hope I made this as clear as mud, I'm looking for suggestions/help.
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I'd suggest contacting Jayco. If you are still in warranty maybe your dealer can mount it for you.
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Does the bracket holding the RVQ look like this?



On our old hybrid I found the grill to be too high as well, but I was able to just flip the bracket around and it still hung on the trailer bracket. It lowered the grill by about six inches.
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Will the RVQ bracket fit on the factory Jayco mount that I already have? I didn't get a grill, but would like to mount a table there instead.
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Old 06-19-2015, 10:22 PM   #5
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Does the bracket holding the RVQ look like this?







On our old hybrid I found the grill to be too high as well, but I was able to just flip the bracket around and it still hung on the trailer bracket. It lowered the grill by about six inches.

No, mine is one that folds flat, and only had the one channel for clipping on the RV. I'm just going to install another bracket.
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Will the RVQ bracket fit on the factory Jayco mount that I already have? I didn't get a grill, but would like to mount a table there instead.

It should, it seems that they're all pretty interchangeable.
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Then it must look like this
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Then it must look like this

Haha, nope. I'll post a picture of it in a little while.
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Haha, nope. I'll post a picture of it in a little while.
It does fold flat and I store it under the sofa. I plan on making a shelf like this one.
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No, mine is one that folds flat, and only had the one channel for clipping on the RV. I'm just going to install another bracket.
What did you wind up doing? I got my RVQ bracket today and it's nearly at chest height. The bracket is hinged so it won't support the grill if you mount it upside down.

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