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Old 05-16-2014, 08:08 PM   #171
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Plattokid,, ummmm guess what?
You're in DENIAL,,
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Old 06-01-2014, 05:36 PM   #172
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OK you can add this to your plug-in Mod list of "Want that" (Actually, we have these in our house and I just stole one for the 5er

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Old 06-06-2014, 12:28 PM   #173
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They arrived yesterday. I attached a photo. It was hard to get a full shot with each color. I like the festive colors. Thus far I have only tested them at the dinner table at home, but I believe they will function nicely when sitting in a camp chair.

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I found another place to use the plate caddies as well as the sidekick grill the RV came with, over the weekend.

I purchased a regulator/hose adapter that let's me use the sidekick with the one pound propane cylinders. This also allows someone to use the sidekick, if they don't want to hang it on the side of the RV, utilizing the RV's low pressure propane grill connection...when camping if they wanted to.

Amazon.com: Camco 57628 6' Hose with Regulator and Female Quick-Connect: Automotive

Anyhoo, using u-bolts with wing-nuts, we were able to quickly attach the sidekicks grill bracket to the rails on a pontoon boat. Then using the adapter above, we grilled while out on the water............. and the plate caddies came in handy, for the seven of our food/drinks. The caddies did great while we were sitting around in the boat, munching out.

I have other grills I could have used, but the sidekick is small enough to fit under the boat seats, so it was stored out of the way.

Now to figure out what else in the RV I can use for double duty.
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Old 06-06-2014, 01:02 PM   #174
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I found another place to use the plate caddies as well as the sidekick grill the RV came with, over the weekend.

I purchased a regulator/hose adapter that let's me use the sidekick with the one pound propane cylinders. This also allows someone to use the sidekick, if they don't want to hang it on the side of the RV, utilizing the RV's propane grill connection...when camping if they wanted to.

Amazon.com: Camco 57628 6' Hose with Regulator and Female Quick-Connect: Automotive

we grilled while out on the water............. and the plate caddies came in handy, for the seven of our food/drinks.

I have other grills I could have used, but the sidekick is small enough to fit under the boat seats, so it was stored out of the way.

Now to figure out what else in the RV I can use for double duty.
Great Idea! I have a small portable sunbeam grill that I used to use on my 18' runabout. I don't have the boat anymore but do still have the grill. But could see using the plate caddies on my Dad's pontoon boat.
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