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Old 05-04-2015, 01:02 PM   #1
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What type of grill do you like?

Hi,
Looking to get a portable gas grill for the motorhome. Thinking of the Coleman. What type do you guys like and why?
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Old 05-04-2015, 01:03 PM   #2
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Weber Q200 it cooks great.
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Old 05-04-2015, 01:08 PM   #3
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Weber Q200 it cooks great.
x2. I prefer something I can use away from the trailer hence I've never used the RVQ hanging on the rail on the side of the trailer. I'm not so much concerned about the trailer walls as I am about the cleanliness of the underside of the awning.

The Weber is top quality (but pricey).
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I have a Q300 which is a little larger and has a temp gauge.


But take a look at these new Weber Q1200 for $199, $6.99 shipping and not tax.
Multi-Colors really nice
Weber Q 1200 LP Gas Grill - Gas Grills at Hayneedle

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Old 05-04-2015, 01:16 PM   #5
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We have the WeberQ, as well. Love it, and the ability to move it where I want to cook.
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Old 05-04-2015, 01:27 PM   #6
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Another vote for the Weber Q.
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Old 05-04-2015, 01:35 PM   #7
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Still another vote for Weber Q. Did steaks over the weekend and they were great!
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Old 05-04-2015, 01:41 PM   #8
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Coleman RoadTrip - ours is over 15 years old, been to Europe and back with us and the only thing I have done is give the water pan a new coat of paint. Love the swappable grills and griddles!


Having said THAT I did get a nasty case of Grill Lust when a fellow camper fired up his Trager Tailgater (The legs fold up and it makes it VERY transportable.) We grilled steaks and I must say they were almost as good as steaks grilled in a Big Green Egg! My friend says his Trager is the bomb for smoking and slow roasting meat. Having a wood pellet fired grill does make for interesting wood choices - he says his apple wood roasted pork loin delicious - and it sounds like it would be!


But ya'll think the Weber is Pricey? HAH! Try $529 for the Trager!
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I am a RVQ fan. I can cook what 2 of us need. I avoid greasy store bought burgers. Anything eles is fair game. Use campfire for burgers when semi-boon docking in Provincial Parks
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Coleman RoadTrip - ours is over 15 years old, been to Europe and back with us and the only thing I have done is give the water pan a new coat of paint. Love the swappable grills and griddles!


Having said THAT I did get a nasty case of Grill Lust when a fellow camper fired up his Trager Tailgater (The legs fold up and it makes it VERY transportable.


But ya'll think the Weber is Pricey? HAH! Try $529 for the Trager!
Bob, I looked at a Traeger portable on my credit card points. Too small a cooking space so i declined the free grill. A large Tailgater is awesome but the 1/2 pickup has no more room!!
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