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Old 06-23-2014, 06:36 PM   #11
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Old 06-23-2014, 06:51 PM   #12
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Maybe I'll put it in a box and place it in my most forward cross-compartment. That way it will keep the compartment if I could just find a place to store those darn zero gravity chairs.
We took out the rockers that came in the trailer and replaced them with recliners.
We passed the old folding camp chairs to the kids and replaced then with a couple of zero gravity's.

Zero unwanted movement and a handy cup holder to boot.

If you have a dinette put it down, wrap the chairs in a blanket and put them on top of the back of the cushions.

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Old 06-23-2014, 09:15 PM   #13
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Initially, we bought a Q-220 for use in the RV. We has a humongous four burner grill on the house patio. After our first season, I got fed up of having to take the lid off the Q, because it was about a half-inch too tall for the stow-bin aperture.

We fianlly gave the big grill to daughter ansd S-i-l. The Q-220 is now our patio grill and we have a Q-100 for travelling.

The Q-100 just goes in a stow-bin with no tiedown. For its propane, we bought a 10-pound "squatty" bottle that has the same base ring as the 20-pounder. I got a base stabilzer ring from CW and bolted it to a stow-bin floor. The "squatty" sits in in that ring so securely, I haven't bothered with additional restraints.

I wasn't comfortable with running a HP hose from upstream of the RV's regulator out to the picnic table. I'd also seen reports that tapping in downstream of the reguk=lator was a problem because the low flow of the Weber wasn't easy for the RV regulator to manage. There was a post on one of the RV websites from someing who couldn't get the grill temp below 600 degrees.

Very happy with our set-up. We'll include it in the sale of the rig in the late fall!

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