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Old 08-09-2010, 03:40 PM   #11
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Personally I don't like the setup of the sidekick with the warming rack attaching to the main grill rack. You can't put a pot on for boiling water or anything else.
Feel the same here - that warming rack has less than 1 inch clearance with the cover closed, I guess you can keep toasts warm I read that a few people simply cut off the warming rack - I may do that.

To mTn_biKer65, it looks like no one had a solution, most seem to use an electric one instead. Your idea is not bad.

Which Camping World did you go to? Just came back from Myrtle Beach and spent some time at that location - my wife calls it a Victoria Secrets type store for men & RVers
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Old 08-09-2010, 05:20 PM   #12
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Which Camping World did you go to? Just came back from Myrtle Beach and spent some time at that location - my wife calls it a Victoria Secrets type store for men & RVers
We just camped our way around Lake Ontario and stopped at the Syracuse, NY Camping World on our way by.

We have an electric griddle but since free space in our 19' Shamrock is hard to come by I thought storing the griddle plate would be a little easier for us.
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