I looked long and hard into the right BBQ for our Wildcatt Maxx 28RKX. The wife's uncle came up with a plan that would work, as i couldn't find the perfect solution.
We had gas plumbed to the rear of the trailer, I wanted something that would be shielded from the wind, as one of our favorites spots is always windy come dinner time, he mounted a tube to the bumper square tube and off the rear stabilizer bar mount. once assembled, which takes 1-2 minutes depending on temperature, it works awesome. not sure if picture will come through. Here is my dropbox link if it doesn't.
It is level, just looks skewed.
Originally Posted by DavidMPDK
On our 2015 2500 TSF we got the factory option on the BBQ grill (Aussie) with the quick disconnect and so glad we did. Forest River did such a clean job. The grill connect on the rig has it own little access door. But... I was wondering how it was put in? Is this able to be used both ways (like a Extend-a-valve). How are the gas lines installed? Are they before or after the regulator. Will I still have to purchase and install a separate Extend-a-valve for my rig. All the Extend-a-valves I've seen seem to come as a grill & tank combination. I posted this on a old thread and felt it should probably be post a new. Sorry for the doubles.