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Old 08-14-2013, 06:21 PM   #1
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RV BBQ Grills

Anybody have any experience with this grill ? or what is your favorite RV'ing type BBQ grill?

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Old 08-14-2013, 07:55 PM   #2
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Anybody have any experience with this grill ? or what is your favorite RV'ing type BBQ grill?

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I just bought a Weber Q100 and had a splitter installed off my propane tank. Works great!
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Old 08-14-2013, 08:03 PM   #3
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I was wondering if anyone had experience or an opinion about hanging a BBQ grill off the side of a Solera?

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I was wondering if anyone had experience or an opinion about hanging a BBQ grill off the side of a Solera?

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Well, I installed a BBQ that mounted to a rail on my last coach and it scared the crap out of me with that much heat so close to the fiberglass. That's why I went with the standalone unit on the new one.
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Old 08-14-2013, 10:56 PM   #5
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We currently have a Weber Q-220. It's a great grill, except for two issues. Firstly, it's about a half-inch too tall to go into a stow-bin, so I have to take the lid off. Secondly, the electronic igniter falls out of the receptacle in the handle far too easily. I'm about to buy my second replacement in the year we've had it.

We're thinking of getting the wheeled cart for it and designating the grill as our primary "at-home" grill, replacing a behemoth Charbroil that's big enough to land a 737 on. We'll get a Q-120 for the RV, so it will go into a stow-bin without taking it apart.
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Old 08-14-2013, 11:22 PM   #6
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I have the Weber Q-100 and love it. Got a small propane tank to go with it, and an adapter. I carry a few of the little throw away green bottles just in case we have to cook for an army and run a little short though, or if a fellow camper needs to borrow one.
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We currently have a Weber Q-220. It's a great grill, except for two issues. Firstly, it's about a half-inch too tall to go into a stow-bin, so I have to take the lid off. Secondly, the electronic igniter falls out of the receptacle in the handle far too easily. I'm about to buy my second replacement in the year we've had it.

We're thinking of getting the wheeled cart for it and designating the grill as our primary "at-home" grill, replacing a behemoth Charbroil that's big enough to land a 737 on. We'll get a Q-120 for the RV, so it will go into a stow-bin without taking it apart.
I have the Q-200 and I love it, I have not had any problems with it yet this year. I used to use the Coleman roadtrip grill but it is way too heavy and big to store in the basement.
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I've got the O grill and love it. It packs up small and grills great. Nice even temperature, and grills hot. For the $ I think it's a great grill. I never was a fan of mounting anything to the RV.
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We have the Weber Q220 as well. I am very pleased with it. The one I found was at Walmart of all places and came with a stand and the grill for 249 bucks. I didn't "mount" the grill to the stand and didn't install the nice curved Weber background on the stand so the legs can come apart quickly and easily and the grill (although tall) fits into the storage area in our 5th wheel. Weber is a name you can't go wrong with.
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