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Old 11-20-2013, 06:08 PM   #1
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Just purchased our new 2013 Greyhawk DS31 so my wife and I can decompress on the weekends! Love this vehicle! So much more fun to drive than the 35' CanyonStar we rented this summer! I unboxed my grill last weekend and much to my dismay it did not have the bayonet gasline to attach to the RV. Is that something I have to purchase separately? Ended up buying VERY CHEAP charcoal grill to destroy my hamburgers! Thanks!
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Old 11-20-2013, 07:40 PM   #2
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Mine came with a mounting bracket, a hose with QC connects and a shutoff valve.
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Old 11-20-2013, 07:49 PM   #3
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Should have been in the box. Contact your dealer he should be able to order one, actually they should have checked it before you even picked up the MH.
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My hose was hidden inside the BBQ. You opened it, I assume?
I thought the BBQ was a bit small, and having a brother in law that is a machinist, he retrofitted the bumper mount bar to hold my larger Costco portable unit. Spent less than $20 on a hose to make it quick connect, and now "turnin' and burnin'" big time.
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I was going to say the same thing as Cosmik, did you look inside the grill itself?
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Old 11-22-2013, 02:01 PM   #6
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It should have been in the box. That said, you may want to leave the grill at home, and buy one that really cooks well. We have had two Sidekicks, and neither of them cooked worth a darn. Bought a Nexgrill at Costco, and am very happy with it.
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Old 11-22-2013, 08:56 PM   #7
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My hose was hidden inside the BBQ. You opened it, I assume?
I thought the BBQ was a bit small, and having a brother in law that is a machinist, he retrofitted the bumper mount bar to hold my larger Costco portable unit. Spent less than $20 on a hose to make it quick connect, and now "turnin' and burnin'" big time.
turnin, and burnin Now that is a phrase I haven't heard in a long time. Were you in Navil Air by any chance. Stan
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Old 11-23-2013, 06:51 AM   #8
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First thing I did was cut the upper rack off. It was in the way of everything. I have learned to cook on it but it is not a favorite.
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It should have been in the box. That said, you may want to leave the grill at home, and buy one that really cooks well. We have had two Sidekicks, and neither of them cooked worth a darn. Bought a Nexgrill at Costco, and am very happy with it.
That's the one. My Bro In Law was able to move the right side "pin" over and installed an aluminum block on each to accept the Nexgrill. $4.95 for a male quickconnect, $17 for a 4' hose with proper fitting for the BBQ and I'm in business.
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I cannot understand why anyone would cook with a grill attached to a MH. When cooking any kind of meat doesn't the smokey grease splatter on the coach? With that thought, I bought a longer gas hose so I could grill on the site table with my Webber.
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