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Old 02-04-2016, 01:34 PM   #21
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The wife never relented on this topic, she wants to stick with the Coleman without ever giving the other grill a shot. So, in the spring I'm going to take the whole assembly off the bumper to save weight. I'll stow it in the loft of my shed in case I need it in 4 years when she decides to buy another unit.
Who does the grilling? If it's the wife, then take the one she wants if it's within reason. If it's you- then why is she even voicing an opinion on it? With that out of the way…. I have a Weber Q at the house and it ROCKS!!! Love that thing. The one that came with the camper is pretty cruddy and flares up like crazy. If you've done any grilling, you can still manage though, and it is handy.
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Old 02-04-2016, 09:38 PM   #22
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I'm still in need of a new grill for the GTown. I have a Weber Q, but the shape and size doesn't lend itself for easy storage. Looking at a Coleman Roadtrip or NXT, a stainless portable, and a Traeger PTG. I love the pellet grills and have 2 at home, but that would mean hauling pellets instead just plugging into the onboard propane tank. I have until end of March to make up mind.
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Old 02-04-2016, 09:50 PM   #23
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[QUOTE=dustman_stx;1094217The one that came with the camper is pretty cruddy and flares up like crazy. If you've done any grilling, you can still manage though, and it is handy.[/QUOTE]
Yep what I thought at the time I bought my tt and told them to give me credit for it and they can have it. They did bought me a nice grill. Later RJD
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Old 02-04-2016, 09:53 PM   #24
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I still have that little turd of a grill sitting on a shelf somewhere from my 5er.
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We have a one of those swing-out grills with the direct connector hose. Haven't used it. Yet!

But I will this year.
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I'm still in need of a new grill for the GTown. I have a Weber Q, but the shape and size doesn't lend itself for easy storage. Looking at a Coleman Roadtrip or NXT, a stainless portable, and a Traeger PTG. I love the pellet grills and have 2 at home, but that would mean hauling pellets instead just plugging into the onboard propane tank. I have until end of March to make up mind.
We have a Roadtrip and like it pretty well. I have it plumbed so it will run off the low pressure system and it does a good job for us. When we take it and set it up we can cook breakfast, lunch, and dinner on it.
That said, we have a small Weber Q as well and do like it too.
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