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Old 08-20-2017, 04:20 PM   #1
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Exterior grill?

When we purchased our Wright Flyer used, we inquired about the 1" diameter black hole that is below the exterior TV (see Image 1 and 2). The dealer said that was for an exterior grill hookup, and indeed there is a gas fitting very near by. We have a Springfield marine grill but no way to connect it. It would be great to hook it up.

What I can't figure out is the type of fitting that goes in that hole. After sone investigation with a endoscope camera, there is a post fitted to the frame behind it that appears to accept some type of interlocking fitting (Image 3 and 4).

Anyone ever hookup a exterior grill to their Aviator? Any clue what type of mount that is and what needs to be purchased?




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That is for manual operation of the slide on the other side.
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That's a pretty RV by the way...

Do you have the grill?
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If you have a wall mount...the RV part should look something like this...
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That is for manual operation of the slide on the other side.
Ahh.... makes perfect sense. Of course thats's what it's for. Thank you!
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If you have a wall mount...the RV part should look something like this...
Got it...I've see those for sale frequently. I'll see if I can find a way to attach the grill mount bracket to the spare tire mount since it's near by and would save from drilling into the side of the fiberglass.
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