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Old 05-04-2015, 12:49 PM   #11
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Looking to get a portable gas grill for the motorhome. Thinking of the Coleman. What type do you guys like and why?
We're likely buying either a Weber Q2000-something or someone here mentioned another grill, the Pro-Iroda O-Grill. I'm not sure what the benefit of one vs. the other is- but I'll likely come down to one of those two.

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Old 05-04-2015, 01:00 PM   #12
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Old 05-04-2015, 07:48 PM   #13
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The wife and I went to Cabelas with a pile of points I'd stashed to buy a grill. Fully intended to buy the Coleman roadtrip grill, but upon seeing it in person, I thought it was just too small. We left with this...............

Big Gas Grill | Camp Chef

We usually camp with others and eat together, so a bigger grill is better. We just like the flexibility that this offers. They also have 2 burner models that have folding legs and can still fit the grill box. The biggest downfall to it is weight, but it just hangs out in the garage of the toyhauler so it's not a big issue for me.
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Old 05-04-2015, 07:52 PM   #14
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I just bought the brinkmann 2 burner over the weekend and waiting to try it out. Retrofitting it to fit on my rvq holder and rear bumper rack. It was $99 at hoe's depot. Feels like a real sturdy unit
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Old 05-04-2015, 07:58 PM   #15
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Is just right for 2-4 people depending on what you cook.

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Old 05-04-2015, 08:19 PM   #16
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Camp Chef for me. Very high quality. Not as portable, though.
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Old 05-04-2015, 09:15 PM   #17
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WE bought a new TT a couple of years ago and the dealer gave us the RVQ II gas grill. We liked it so much that when we traded up and got the 5er we kept a hold of the RVQ even though we didn't have a rail to hang it from on the rig. I then ordered the table stand and a hose connector to attach it to a separate propane tank.

It operates on low pressure propane, cooks perfectly and is a doddle to clean. Ours look brand new despite lots of use over the last two seasons.

RVQ II Grill Portable RV Grill $229 with FREE SHIPPING except HI, AK & Canada
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Old 05-04-2015, 09:32 PM   #18
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Initially, we bought a Weber Q-220 for RV use (4 years ago). We discovered it was about 3/4" too tall to go in our GT's stow-bins without taking the lid off. I got fed up of doing that every time, so we bought a Q-100, putting the 220 into service as our backyard BBQ. It replaced an unwieldy 4-burner behemoth that you could've landed a 737 on!

I wish CW had had Q-120's in stock, as I missed the fold-out side tables the 220 had. Other than a regulator failure, to be fixed for about $40, we're very satisfied with the Webers. I think we got bugs in the regulator when the BBQ was outside all winter. It will be stashed in the garage next time.

When all the family come, we just get the Q-100 out to supplement the 220.
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Old 05-04-2015, 10:01 PM   #19
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We have both a Coleman Road Trip and a Camp Chef Big Gas Grill. The Road Trip is OK when it's just the two of us, but add even one grandchild and the BGG is required. It IS heavy, and won't fit in any of our basement compartments. so it sits between the bed and the back wall when traveling. The grill box is under the bed and the griddle fits in the basement. (We LOVE the griddle, but it weighs about 30 lb all by itself.) Weight is an issue, so if we may eventually have to consider a Pro 60 and leave the BGG home.

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Old 05-04-2015, 10:31 PM   #20
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RVQ was great, used it on two campers about 6 years, never noticed and issues being close to the rv or the awning, but we are goofy the day we get home from a trip we wash the entire rig, roof, sides and awning,

We just got a new nitro fifth wheel and bought a Colman grill, used it once, not overly impressed but with a grill I think food tast better after the grill gets used a little.
Might have to rethink the washing every trip 45' just to much work

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