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Old 04-04-2016, 04:52 PM   #1
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Does the right hose come with the Grill?

I got a "grill in a box" when we picked up our Rockwood '16 8329SS and I think it's one that is an option from FR. It's still in the box. My question...does it come with the hose to connect up to the outlet underneath the trailer or do I have suss out what I need and then order from someplace? Anybody know?

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Old 04-04-2016, 04:56 PM   #2
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The hose should be attahed to the grill; in the box is the best place for it, they are cheap junk
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Call your salesman. All the outdoor grills/kitchens we looked at had the correct hose. It was a selling point for the outdoor grill.


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My grill came without the hose but with a quick connect fitting. The hose pulls out from an access door under the mount for the stove on the side of my camper ! It works great, we have since moved all our cooking outdoors. It is the black circle between the hatch and the door.
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Old 04-04-2016, 05:12 PM   #5
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The hose should be attahed to the grill; in the box is the best place for it, they are cheap junk
Might be cheap junk, but we use ours all the time and have for the last 4 yrs and it's still good to go. Does exactly what the expensive ones do, COOK FOOD OUTSIDE.
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The hose should be attahed to the grill; in the box is the best place for it, they are cheap junk


Have been using our cheap junk factory supplied grill going on 11 years.
I'll be using my cheap junk grill this weekend to.
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The hose should be attahed to the grill; in the box is the best place for it, they are cheap junk
Yup, my cheap junk grill cooks as well as my $1000 Weber at home. Not as big, but that's the point. I'm not planning on replacing it for a long time.
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WE went with the "in the box" model too. We've used it often on our last (and for us, first!) RV adventure -- worked great. I did buy the longer LP gas quick-connect hose so I could move the grill out from underneath the awning. Seemed like a good investment.
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Old 04-05-2016, 01:46 PM   #9
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Thanks everyone!


My rig is at the storage yard so I guess if I want to use the grill this week-end out at the coast, I'd better see if there is a hose somewhere in the box!


(I did open it enough to see the brass quick connect fitting on the underside, so maybe the hose in under the hood?)
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You need to be careful using away from the trailer. It is a low pressure 11 inches of water column type grill. Hooking up to a 20 lb tanks you would have a hazardous condition..
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