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Old 09-26-2013, 06:01 PM   #31
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I like to BBQ and do a lot of Tri tip with all the trimmings and the like so the Camp Chef two burner stove with the deluxe box works awesome. It is a great combination and they have lots of options to cover your desired needs. But, it is not for the occasional BBQ user. It is a stand alone BBQ and the legs stow away when not in use it is on the heavy side and takes up so room.
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Old 09-26-2013, 07:17 PM   #32
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I like to BBQ and do a lot of Tri tip with all the trimmings and the like so the Camp Chef two burner stove with the deluxe box works awesome. It is a great combination and they have lots of options to cover your desired needs. But, it is not for the occasional BBQ user. It is a stand alone BBQ and the legs stow away when not in use it is on the heavy side and takes up so room.
And it is awesome. I have the 3 burner version.
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Old 09-26-2013, 08:40 PM   #33
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Propane is a thing of the past....Switch to either a Traeger PTG or Traeger Junior grill. They burn wood pellets, mesquite, hickory, oak and many other types of pellets. You get no flavor from gas, but you get a ton of flavor from using wood pellets. I use a Traeger Junior with a tailgating kit installed on it for my camp grilling. Good thing about them is they double as a smoker too. I have made a lot of campground friends when cooking with mine while camping.
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Old 09-26-2013, 09:00 PM   #34
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Propane is a thing of the past....Switch to either a Traeger PTG or Traeger Junior grill. They burn wood pellets, mesquite, hickory, oak and many other types of pellets. You get no flavor from gas, but you get a ton of flavor from using wood pellets. I use a Traeger Junior with a tailgating kit installed on it for my camp grilling. Good thing about them is they double as a smoker too. I have made a lot of campground friends when cooking with mine while camping.

Sounds like a nice set up. pictures please

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Old 09-27-2013, 08:13 AM   #35
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Sounds like a nice set up. pictures please

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I'll post a few pics this evening or over the weekend...
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Old 09-27-2013, 08:59 PM   #36
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This is the Traeger Jr. I use while camping...Upper...smoking a tri-tip, middle...with lid closed, bottom...grilling some bacon. Don't try the bacon on a gas grill unless the fire department is close by. These work just the same as a convection oven, no direct flame. There is a drip pan that catches all the grease and directs it into the can on the right side. The pellet hopper is on the left side along with the digital controller which can be set to various temps along with the smoke setting. I have a much larger one I use at home. I have been using pellet grills for about the last seven years..I hate eating off gas grills, just not the same and no messy charcoal to mess with. Just turn the pellet grill on and in about 3-4 minutes it is started and ready to go. Very easy to use. Check them them out...
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Thanks for the pics Campster, I've never seen one with the tailgate kit before. Looks great.
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Old 09-28-2013, 03:08 PM   #38
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I like the idea of hanging it on the camper like the cheap one that came with it. Do you know if webber or anyone else makes a grill to replace it? Once I get to the CG and get set up I just leave it their til we break camp.
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I too vote for any Weber product....I am on my second Weber Q. The first one was the main grill at our condo before we got married and got use 3-5 times a week for at least 6 years.
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I like the idea of hanging it on the camper like the cheap one that came with it. Do you know if webber or anyone else makes a grill to replace it? Once I get to the CG and get set up I just leave it their til we break camp.
Me too Glenn, when and if the el cheapo bites the dust, I will probably get the SS replacement that hangs on the side.
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