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Old 01-11-2013, 07:33 AM   #11
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Who flips the burgers? And how?



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Old 01-11-2013, 07:34 AM   #12
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To verify arjerram Post,they are at the (Kick Back & Relax Rally) now. Give him a (Field Sobriety Test) before they leave! Youroo!!
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Old 01-11-2013, 08:19 AM   #13
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I wonder if he is the same person who drove into the KOA in Mallorytown last Aug. I was on traffic control and they came in with their slide out. I commented on how unsafe the practice was. The comment was they had extra people with them and needed the extra room.
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Old 01-11-2013, 09:09 AM   #14
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Hope the awning was open in case it rained
I was just thinking the same thing!!
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Old 01-11-2013, 09:17 AM   #15
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I'm just curious how many people actually like this grill? I thought it was kind of chincy as have been using a Coleman Roadtrip grill for years with my PUP (Coleman - Coleman Outdoor Grills - RoadTrip® Grill LX - Coleman® RoadTrip® LX). It has multiple grill tops you can use for whatever your needs. Only problem is it is high pressure, I tried to hook it up to the line on my Shamrock 23IKSS but the low pressure didn't have enough power to make it a very good flame. We actually mostly cook on the campfire or my Med Big Green Egg.
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Old 01-11-2013, 09:24 AM   #16
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Only problem is it is high pressure, I tried to hook it up to the line on my Shamrock 23IKSS but the low pressure didn't have enough power to make it a very good flame.
Have you looked to see if the regulator on the Coleman grill can be removed?

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Old 01-11-2013, 09:24 AM   #17
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I'm just curious how many people actually like this grill? I thought it was kind of chincy as have been using a Coleman Roadtrip grill for years with my PUP (Coleman - Coleman Outdoor Grills - RoadTrip® Grill LX - Coleman® RoadTrip® LX). It has multiple grill tops you can use for whatever your needs. Only problem is it is high pressure, I tried to hook it up to the line on my Shamrock 23IKSS but the low pressure didn't have enough power to make it a very good flame. We actually mostly cook on the campfire or my Med Big Green Egg.
LOVE MY RV Q GRILL!

We use it all the time!
Warming grill
Slow cooking steaks
Slow cooking sweet corn "husks still on"
Cooking hamburgers , hotdogs
We use it A LOT for sliced taters with carrots broccoli cauliflower
Heat up beans in the can
Cooking bacon!
Eggs


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LOVE MY RV Q GRILL!

We use it all the time!
Warming grill
Slow cooking steaks
Slow cooking sweet corn "husks still on"
Cooking hamburgers , hotdogs
We use it A LOT for sliced taters with carrots broccoli cauliflower
Heat up beans in the can
Cooking bacon!
Eggs


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x2!! And we've never had a problem with the side of the TT getting too warm, or grease getting on the TT or awning, etc. They're made to be used, and frankly, I like the small size and convenience of not having to find room for something a lot bigger and bulkier. My DH extended the hose so we can move it over a bit on the bracket.
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Old 01-11-2013, 10:18 AM   #19
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x2!! And we've never had a problem with the side of the TT getting too warm, or grease getting on the TT or awning, etc. They're made to be used, and frankly, I like the small size and convenience of not having to find room for something a lot bigger and bulkier. My DH extended the hose so we can move it over a bit on the bracket.
Well and I've stated before the hanging bracket doubles as a tabletop stand providing u have enough hose.


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It should be fine, they just need to add this sticker to the grill for use going down the road

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