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Old 09-16-2014, 10:42 PM   #31
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Been using the one one the side of my Micro Lite 19fd for two years now. Only problems I've had are before I could use it I had to heat and bend the mounting brackets so the dogs would stop rolling downhill, and every screw on the thing has to be periodically tightened or else the dang thing will fall to bits. However I love the thing. Never had any staining of the side of the trailer or awning. Did have the smoke detector go off once while making bacon burgers though.
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Old 09-16-2014, 10:45 PM   #32
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[QUOTE=Kaadk;702815]Hey! We have that same griddle at home! It works great.

The dutch oven part is great for stew and works like a slow cooker if turned down low enough. Inverhuron Saturday breakfast! I cook under the awning and have never set fire to it or chared the side of the her either
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Been using the one one the side of my Micro Lite 19fd for two years now. Only problems I've had are before I could use it I had to heat and bend the mounting brackets so the dogs would stop rolling downhill, and every screw on the thing has to be periodically tightened or else the dang thing will fall to bits. However I love the thing. Never had any staining of the side of the trailer or awning. Did have the smoke detector go off once while making bacon burgers though.
Was thinking of locktite but i saw that OC had drilled out the handles and put bolts all the way through the handles, one more mod to do!
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Old 09-20-2014, 01:33 AM   #34
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We have a Camp Chef 3 burner Big Gas Grill, emphasis on big. The griddle plate weighs 29 lbs by itself. Unfortunately, we didn't read size specs very well, because it doesn't fit in any of the lower storage bins. When we take it with us, it is stowed between back wall and the bed.


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Old 09-20-2014, 04:04 AM   #35
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The RVQ is the diesel of BBQ's. It spawns as many likes and dislikes or distrusts as any thread on diesel v. gas, or Ford v. Chevy v. Dodge. I liked mine, and if I had it on my new camper (now 4 years old), I would still be liking it.
Grill find was good but my best find was a Norman Rockwell signed print of Christmas in Stockbridge in an original frame with the certification papers in an a plastic sleeve attached to the back of the print. Talked the person down to $3.00. Yup, Three dollars.
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Old 09-20-2014, 05:48 AM   #36
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Funny. We're picking up our new Flagstaff today, and my wife is convinced we'll melt our trailer, awning, perhaps even burn down a national forest if we use the RVQ. Glad y'all are having success with yours.


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Old 09-20-2014, 06:47 AM   #37
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My setup for breakfast.
I saw a setup like this in Goshen and didn't even get an invite to taste it!
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