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Old 02-08-2015, 11:45 AM   #31
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We had the Sidekick on our first Jayco TT and it came with a bumper mount arm with rear Quick Connects.....could not cook anything on the top rack of the Sidekick such as bake potatoes or corn on the cob, maybe a hot dog would fit but that's about the amount of room one has.....took the same idea with me when we traded for our 2014 Silverback 33RL, which did not have an outside kitchen, and made a similar arm, bought a Walmart grill for $134, added Quick Connect fittings to our propane lines, and this is what I now am using...works great.
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Old 02-08-2015, 12:15 PM   #32
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We just purchased a used travel trailer that is a 2011 and still has the unused grill in the box. I don't know if we will use it since I would have some concerns about all that smoke and grease right next to the camper and under the awning. We are planning on doing some camping in bear country in the future and would not want to attract any wildlife with the awning smelling like a BBQ. Any thoughts on grilling so close to the camper?
That is about the only thing designed right, you will NOT damage your trailer or collect smoke on your awning. I have been doing it for 3 years, I have used it so much that I bought one from OC at the rally for 70.00 bucks new. I needed a second one....
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I have used mine for 6 years. You do have to wash the area with a degreaser every so often. No problem with the awning. The grill is cheap ($90) on Amazon. It does have its hot spots (don't they all). They are small. They don't last long (I'm on my third). BUT! I love the ability to use the RVs propane (I don't run out that often). Its quick, light, and every bit worth it. That is, just the two us.
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Old 02-08-2015, 02:07 PM   #34
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I have used mine for 6 years. You do have to wash the area with a degreaser every so often. No problem with the awning. The grill is cheap ($90) on Amazon. It does have its hot spots (don't they all). They are small. They don't last long (I'm on my third). BUT! I love the ability to use the RVs propane (I don'
X2 (But I'm still on my 1st; 3 seasons down.)
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