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Old 06-02-2013, 05:24 PM   #41
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Just a note on using larger propane tank and hose on the Weber. I have had a 220 for years and have had to replace the regulator a couple times. When I called Weber to order another one, the agent said before going to that expense, try using the small canister. I did and it works great! She said the regulator really isn't designed to operate withe the type gas flow that the larger tank and hose provide. The canisters actually last longer than expected. For the time being I'm staying with them.
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Old 06-02-2013, 05:25 PM   #42
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I brought onew from camping world. Very small propane, webster. Small compants, and works very well. Wouldn;t leave home with it.
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Small compants? If it works well, why leave it home?
OldCoot, that's funny. Remind me to always check my spelling/grammar around you.

I have used the small grill that came with the trailer with no complaints, it's just too small for my needs usually.

I just bought one of those Blacktop grills CampingWorld had on sale and have tried it once. It is bulky but need to test it more before giving an informed opinion.

I also just bought a Coleman NXT. I am about to cook some steaks on it this evening. I already like the grill space, and the fact it has two adjustable burners, which I can use one side for indirect heating when applicable for my purposes. I can also close the lid on it for times when that is necessary. It folds up, but is real bulky with the folding attachment. I may see about disconnecting from that part, and making a tabletop grill out of it somehow.

I'll let ya know how it does.
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Old 06-02-2013, 05:25 PM   #43
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I just got a Traeger portable grill. It fits perfectly in the basement cargo bay, I get all the different flavored pellets and the great taste of the Traeger. Only have to sit it up on the table, plug it in, and grill.
I just got a traeger JR. and added the tailgater kit. This makes the grill portable and has a little larger cookin surface. Just did a 9lb pork roast and a 8x12 pan of smoked beans on it last weekend! Yummy! This grill is the best grill I have ever owned.
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Old 06-02-2013, 05:35 PM   #44
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OldCoot, that's funny. Remind me to always check my spelling/grammar around you...
Just have to keep you on your toes!

I can only read what you write, haven't figured out how to read thoughts. Yet!
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Old 06-02-2013, 10:12 PM   #45
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I bought an Orida O Grill from Camping World during one of their sales. Paid about $100. It's a propane unit. I was researching grills and found a great article in "Men's World" magazine. They rated it highest and I haven't been disappointed. Easy to clean, heats up quickly to get a good sear on the steaks. Its about 18 to 20 inches in diameter.
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Old 06-02-2013, 10:31 PM   #46
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Ditto on the O Grill. Love it!
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Old 06-02-2013, 10:37 PM   #47
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I'm looking for a BBQ Grill to use with the RV, and leaning toward the ones that mount on the RV.

I've whittled it down to the Sidekick, the Camco 5500 Stainless, and the RVQII.

Storage space is a consideration, but all three of these are acceptable.

Since I don't have a three sided coin, I'll defer to the forum recommendations.

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Old 06-02-2013, 10:48 PM   #48
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We bought a nuwave and I have a elec griddle.I have the outside grill that came with the trailer but we don't use it.I don't even take it with us because it makes the side of the trailer dirty
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I don't take a BBQ smoker, but I do take a grill. Just a basic propane grill.
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