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Old 05-10-2016, 09:17 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Greywolf26dbh View Post
Camp chef here as well. Connected directly to the trailer quick connect.
X3 on the Camp Chef stuff. Went to Cabelas to purchase the Coleman Roadtrip, but deemed it too small and well, cheaply built. Started to look at the Weber Q's, have a big Weber at home and love it, but for the money and size I wasn't sold. Stumbled on the Camp Chef big gas grill 3 for $249. It's not small. It's not light, but it does a hell of a job. It's 3 burners with a 2 burner grill top. We also picked up a 2 burner skillet top. We camp with friends a lot and big meals are cake on this thing. I bought the bags for it and keep it in a dedicated spot in the TH garage.........It doesn't fit anywhere else!

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Old 05-11-2016, 03:56 AM   #22
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Old 05-11-2016, 05:33 AM   #23
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And that's concern with Q. Its at the top of what I care to spend on a grill. I don't mind the price as long as it lives up to the reputation.
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Old 05-11-2016, 06:32 AM   #24
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Vote for the Weber Q2200 also. Three years and still looks and works great. Actually use it as the house grill now too.
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Old 05-11-2016, 06:51 AM   #25
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I can smoke or grill, yet it fits on a table top.

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Old 05-11-2016, 06:52 AM   #26
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Another vote for the Weber Q2200 here...

We've had it (and the folding/rolling stand) for 2 seasons - and am very happy with it. We had a cheap grill that we used with our old trailer; the Weber is head and shoulders above it. Friends of ours have the Broil King portable - I wasn't impressed with it, to be honest.

I haven't done the quick connect mod - I carry a 20# bottle for it (and as a spare for the trailer) in a milk crate in the back of the pickup anyways... I've been tempted, but just haven't gotten around to it yet.
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Old 05-11-2016, 07:05 AM   #27
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I have a Weber Q which I love but since the trailer is new and came with what looks like a decent grill I want to give that one a chance to impress us before I leave it home.

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Old 05-11-2016, 07:06 AM   #28
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Hey Mike, I found my way over here. A quick intro my name is Bear and one of my hobbies/obsessions is RV's. I own a 41 foot Forest River Canadian Sport toy hauler (All American Sport in the US). It is 41 ft and has 3 slides, 3 axles and a 10 ft garage. I have it rigged up with dual 35000 btu furnaces, a 20000 BTU Catallitic heater, dual 15000 air conditioners. I have 3 100 watt solar pannals, 3000 watt Onan inverter, 5500 watt Onan Marquis Platnum fuel injected generator, 6 Trojan T105 golf cart battries. For entertainment we have a 42" Plasma TV with auto tracking satilite dish feeding into a 5.1 surround system. For a water system I have 2 75 gal fresh water tanks and a Shure flow 5.5 gal/min variable pump. On my truck I carry 2 150 gal water tanks, 1 for fresh water and the other to pump grey water into and haul away. I pull this with my Volvo 660 highway tractor that I singled out and built a deck on. It has a Volvo 425hp 1550 tq engine in it and the tranny in a 15 speed with double overdrives. It has a 66" sleeper on it with an RV couch in it, a small fridge, microwave and a 17" TV/DVD unit in it. The truck averages 11.5MPG pulling this trailer with the trailer loaded with my Harley and 1 quad in the garage, 2 quads on the deck of the truck and I also pull my 1994 Jeep YJ behind the trailer as a "toad vehical". Sorry this is so long winded but I have a lot of "stuff".
On our Q2200 we can put two small chickens on a rack, and the big domed lid still clears them. We love it.
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Old 05-11-2016, 07:16 AM   #29
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And that's concern with Q. Its at the top of what I care to spend on a grill. I don't mind the price as long as it lives up to the reputation.

Here's a couple things to know about the the Weber Q's quality.

Very little things can go wrong. They only way something on this grill is going to ever break is if you don't strap it down and it falls out onto the road while you're driving. It's a SOLID piece! It's got a cast aluminum base and lid with a cast iron grate. It will not ever succumb to the heat. It's a stainless steel burner, so it won't ever rust out on you. I took my 8 year old burner out while doing my heavy duty cleaning. I used a scotchbright pad and then a small paper clip to make sure all the holes were clear in it and put it back is like brand new....and that's after 8 years of moderate use! The construction of the base is good being a composite like plastic that screws directly into the cast aluminum base. The only thing thats ever gone wrong with my grill was the ignitor.....$15 on the 8 years! You will pay a little more for this grill, but you won't be buying a new grill every 2 or 3 years either. You get what you pay for!
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Even though I have a Weber Q, the Traeger wood pellet grill gets my vote.
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