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Old 04-02-2013, 04:30 PM   #1
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I want to install a BBQ rail mount, I got the schematic from Jayco and am not sure how to read it. where are the studs or backing to mount the rail. I want to mount it inside the red circle


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Old 04-02-2013, 05:34 PM   #2
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There are a lot of threads dealing with what you want to do. Most advise against doing so. Not the install per say, but rather having a grill that close to the TT is a good idea. I have the mount on mine, but instead of a grill, I built a table/shelf that I place there instead. Nice place for an outdoor TV, etc. A quick connect propane hose going to your grill is another alternative. That way you can place your grill where ever you want. There are plenty of threads dealing with that as well. Just wanted to give you something to think about.
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There are a lot of threads dealing with what you want to do. Most advise against doing so. Not the install per say, but rather having a grill that close to the TT is a good idea. I have the mount on mine, but instead of a grill, I built a table/shelf that I place there instead. Nice place for an outdoor TV, etc. A quick connect propane hose going to your grill is another alternative. That way you can place your grill where ever you want. There are plenty of threads dealing with that as well. Just wanted to give you something to think about.
Kracker, Where did you get the rail that slides into the one on the TT? I have been looking all over for that one so I could also build a shelf.
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I want to install a BBQ rail mount, I got the schematic from Jayco and am not sure how to read it. where are the studs or backing to mount the rail. I want to mount it inside the red circle


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According to the area in RED, looks like you want to mount it at the rear of the trailer. Is this correct?
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Looks like an Horizontal Aluminum Rail here. (See Arrow)

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Kracker, Where did you get the rail that slides into the one on the TT? I have been looking all over for that one so I could also build a shelf.
Try here.
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The mounting rail will have at least 4 predrilled holes for you to use with short sheet metal screws. You will probably not find any backing inside the walls. They rely on the four screws to keep things together. Larry ps I added a rail to our 19H and the 4 screws hold very well.
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Kracker, Where did you get the rail that slides into the one on the TT? I have been looking all over for that one so I could also build a shelf.

This is what I used. I didn't purchase it from here though. I found a used one at a local RV dealer and payed $5 for it. http://www.factoryrvsurplus.com/prod...roduct_id=2060
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According to the area in RED, looks like you want to mount it at the rear of the trailer. Is this correct?
Yes i want to install at rear. The quick connect propane is at the back of the TT
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