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Old 05-26-2016, 06:51 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by srderby View Post
Great idea. The grill that came in the outdoor kitchen on our 310bhds was junk. We always bring a Weber 2200 along anyway (sits on bathroom floor when traveling). I'll look to replace old grill with stovetop unit. Thank you!
Yes, it's not the sturdiest grill ever made but it works ok. The one thing I really do not like about it is that it uses those small green propane bottles. I bought an adapter hose and pressure regulator so I can use it with a full size propane tank.


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Old 05-31-2016, 11:15 PM   #12
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My 310BHDS also had the grill in the outside kitchen. First thing to go, gave it to my son. After removing the grill I made a drawer to fit the drawer slide units. All of my outside cooking is done over an open campfire. Others have told me that when they used the grill of the outside kitchen grease from the smoke would build up on the inside of the kitchen door.

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