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Old 01-04-2015, 10:16 PM   #1
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BB grill that comes with my flagstaff

I recently bought a new Flagstaff 831RESS it came with a grill that is in a box under the bed. I have for several years grilled on my weber Baby Q . Is the grill that comes with the Flagstaff worth keeping or just keep and use the Baby Q.
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Old 01-04-2015, 10:59 PM   #2
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I recently bought a new Flagstaff 831RESS it came with a grill that is in a box under the bed. I have for several years grilled on my weber Baby Q . Is the grill that comes with the Flagstaff worth keeping or just keep and use the Baby Q.
It's a decent little grill and will get the job done. The bracket also can be turned to make it a tabletop grill, if you don't want to hang it off the railing on your RV.






I actually use mine on the pontoon boat, and attach the bracket to the pontoon railing with u-bolts, and have the grill hang over the side. Was able to buy this off of amazon to use it with disposable cylinders.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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It's called a 'Side Kick BBQ" and is what I have been using it gets the job done with just the 2 of us (sometimes 3 or 4 when grandkids come with us). But I will now be looking for something else as I sold my Wildwood T26TBSS TT and let the Side Kick go with it. I bought a used 2000 Gulf Stream 35' Motor home this past weekend, going to pick it up Tuesday.
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We use the weber smokey joe, also an aluminum oven liner underneath to protect and keep any ash from the table.


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if your used to a Weber and serious about grilling, you won't be happy with the tin can of a grill that comes with these campers
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Its small but we enjoy ours and the convenience of hanging on the side of the camper and running off the campers propane tanks.
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if your used to a Weber and serious about grilling, you won't be happy with the tin can of a grill that comes with these campers
I agree. I much prefer my Weber Q. I wasn't intertest in the "tin can" so I substituted it for the two burner stove when I bought our trailer.
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if your used to a Weber and serious about grilling, you won't be happy with the tin can of a grill that comes with these campers
Right answer! I may add (Leave it in the BOX, give it to the Next Owner!) Youroo!!
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Right answer! I may add (Leave it in the BOX, give it to the Next Owner!) Youroo!!
Or leave it in the box and list it here on the Classified Section. While I'll stick with my baby Weber there is a number of RV owners who would love to have one of these, though I can't understand why. But, they do.
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if your used to a Weber and serious about grilling, you won't be happy with the tin can of a grill that comes with these campers
X2 - it is not fun to grill on, but will do if you have lots of time and not a lot to grill. I'm a Weber grill aficionado and this grill is a "tin can"
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