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Old 06-02-2010, 05:29 PM   #11
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I have the "Sidekick grille" that came with my Flagstaff. It does a good job for us, plenty of power/pressure for cooking, and it does hang on the side of the camper, and there is a retractible hose under a cap/cover on the side as well. Easy to set up and use, and the awning overhead is not an issue with heat. The only drawback I see is cleanup after cooking something like Rib-eyes that drip fat. Other than that- Great grille, and you could put a pot on there to cook, I suppose. Randy
I need a grill in a couple of weeks. I already have the quick disconnect.I was looking at the sidekick at my local camping center. Could you not insert a 'drip' pan somewhere in the bottom, I haven't had a opportunity to examine one for a remedy.I do like everything else I've seen about that particular grill.

Anyone else? Recommendations...?
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Old 07-16-2010, 11:55 AM   #12
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Camp Chef - Camp Chef Expedition 3X Triple Burner Stove Product Demo

So far I really love it. It claims 90,000btu or 30,000 per burner and I believe it. A pot of water for corn came to a full rolling boil in record time. The nifty thing is that you can actually turn the flame way down and get a gentle simmer. Some stoves are all or nothing. It sets up quickly and the pieces (legs and windscreen) are secured to the underside for storage so no loose pieces to lose.

I probably would have gotten a 2 burner model had it been available at the store, but now I`m glad we have the 3 burner unit. We`ve now been to a couple of camping sites where fires are not allowed and keeping the heat outside in the summer seems like a good idea.

The list price on this website says $399 but I got it at Costco for $179. I do not have the grill box or griddle, or carry bag yet. I sew and making a carry bag wouldn`t be that complicated but for the price I might just purchase one instead. My time is worth something after all (grin).
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Old 07-16-2010, 05:13 PM   #13
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Old 07-17-2010, 08:30 PM   #14
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i tried to hook my coleman roadtrip grill to my external line i had a hose made but it doesnt work due to having 2 regulators i couldnt even get enough gas through to lite it .
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