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Old 08-13-2015, 08:38 PM   #1
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Got an Aussie Grill with my 2014 Sunseeker 2860DS can anyone show me some pics as to what type of mounting bracket I need to buy to mount to RV. It also came with a "table" to put on but would like other option.
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Old 08-13-2015, 10:51 PM   #2
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Not sure if mounting your Aussie grill to the RV is a good idea. The small frame that came with mine was too tippy. I had a expand type bag table with wooden slats and it works well. Got extra area for stuff. I do not fold out the feet. Keeps the grill low to table and IMHO makes it more stable.


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Old 08-14-2015, 08:56 AM   #3
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The Aussie grill is a nice touch
Hell it's a freebe
But mine is in it's original box in my crawl space (at home)
Do yourself a favor and get a Coleman stadium grill on fold up wheels
This grill gets HOT and will sear your steak like Ruth's Chris
And the iron grates are solid in the middle so it can be used like a stove
The perfect compliment to your wonderful outside kitchen
It can also be adapted to use you quick connect opening
Grill like a Pro ;-)
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Old 08-14-2015, 09:00 AM   #4
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I use the little bottles to conserve RV gas and have the ability to move the grill to other locations while camping
like other friends sites.
What can I say,they want me to grill!
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We won't ever mount ours on the coach. I do like Trdutch's idea of the canister. Did you need any additional hardware to connect the canister on to the grill?
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Old 08-14-2015, 10:47 PM   #6
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My grill came with a stand. Used it a few times and realized the grill is a cheap piece of ****.
Buy something else. You don't want to make holes in the coach for something that's not going to last. I have the outside kitchen as well. Grilling so close to coach is not good
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We won't ever mount ours on the coach. I do like Trdutch's idea of the canister. Did you need any additional hardware to connect the canister on to the grill?

Nope the grill is designed for the little canisters
There's a spring loaded loop that supports the bottle you can see in the picture
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I have a 2860 grill is still in box. I've been using a table top grill still in good shape. Use green bottles also have hose regulator to use a 20 or 30 lbs tank. That I bring to use on my camp chef double burner
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