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Old 05-20-2014, 09:02 AM   #11
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Amazon.com: Atwood (56494) DV 20S Stainless Steel Drop-In 2-Burner: Automotive

It's just some 2x4's screwed together in a box and I put a handle on it. Drilled a hole in the side to hook up the hose and added the stainless steel cover. That's about it. This is not a cheap way to go in my opinion, but it works great.
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Old 05-20-2014, 10:45 AM   #12
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It's just some 2x4's screwed together in a box and I put a handle on it. Drilled a hole in the side to hook up the hose and added the stainless steel cover. That's about it. This is not a cheap way to go in my opinion, but it works great.
Does this hook up to your outside line .How much did the stove cost .Look good
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If you click the link, you will see the price. The cover is here:
http://www.amazon.com/Atwood-Stainle...18SWKHE8RCD3DE
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It's just some 2x4's screwed together in a box and I put a handle on it. Drilled a hole in the side to hook up the hose and added the stainless steel cover. That's about it. This is not a cheap way to go in my opinion, but it works great.
That is pretty slick. One of the things I miss most from our pop-ups is the ability to move the stove outside. If a person could find a camper that is ready for the boneyard ...

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Thanks! When I ruined the Coleman stove during my experimentation, I took the piezo ignition parts off and put them on the inside stove, so at least I got some use from wrecking that stove! Did feel kind of destructive to drill into a brand-new stove but it was worth it.
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Not nearly as expensive as some of the grills that attach to the side of the trailer. Where did you find the cover?

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Not nearly as expensive as some of the grills that attach to the side of the trailer. Where did you find the cover?

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Amazon.com: Atwood (56494) DV 20S Stainless Steel Drop-In 2-Burner: Automotive

It's just some 2x4's screwed together in a box and I put a handle on it. Drilled a hole in the side to hook up the hose and added the stainless steel cover. That's about it. This is not a cheap way to go in my opinion, but it works great.
What is the part # for the cover. The one I see is for the 3 burner
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What is the part # for the cover. The one I see is for the 3 burner
Atwood Stainless Steel 2 Burner Cooktop Cover Trailer Camper RV 56459
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Thanks will it hook up to the outside line Can you send me the link for the cover the only one I found was on ebay
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