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Old 06-11-2019, 11:10 PM   #1
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Looking to replace the grill that came with the Micro Lite 25BRDS. Wanting one that hangs on rail again. Weight or size restraints and recommendations wanted. Thanks
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Old 06-12-2019, 06:49 AM   #2
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If you use the propane port, you'll also have to make sure it's a low-pressure grill. There are a number of threads on the topic if you do a forum search.
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Old 06-12-2019, 12:54 PM   #3
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Wasn't a fan of the grill that came with our Flagstaff so we replaced it with a Camco RV 5500 with a set of GrillGrates and a GrillGriddle. Very happy with it now!
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Old 06-15-2019, 09:25 AM   #4
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We didnít like any of the grills that came with any our trailers in the past. Sold them or gave them away and bought a Weber Q 1200. Nice and portable so me can use it anywhere on the campsite or take it with us when we travel without the trailer.
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I used an Olympian 5100 I think the model was. It came with the bracket and arms which I only used occasionally. It was a great little grill, but I wanted a bigger unit with 2 burners.
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Pit Boss BBQ and fire pit

I agree, the low pressure BBQ that came OEM went to EBay before we used it. Been using: Pit Boss Grills 75275 Stainless Steel Two-Burner Portable Grill.
It has 2 burners, so you can do indirect cooking on the other side.
Warning, this sucker gets hot, so keep your vigil, you need to watch out for flame ups, especially cooking lambchops, etc. But the quality is way above average. The stainless is higher grade, and the grate is really stout. I wrapped the bottom inside with foil, and just have to replace the foil about after every 5th or 6th use. Watch out for accumulated grease on the bottom inside, since the temps get to over 600 degrees F pretty fast, and ignite things.
We just use an extra 20 lb propane bottle for the BBQ, ... and/or for the firepit, if we want a campfire... our Firepit/bowl btw is a: Outland Firebowl 870 Premium Outdoor Portable Propane Gas Fire Pit with Cover & Carry Kit, 19-Inch Diameter 58,000 BTU Auto-Ignition. We put in the fake logs (Barton Fireplace Decoration Petite Ceramic Wood, Gas Fireplace Log Set, 10 Piece Set) with a few of the rocks, looks much better, although the logs are a bit on the expensive side, we love it.
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Old 07-12-2019, 09:37 AM   #7
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Aussie

Thanks everyone for the input. I ended up going with this:

Aussie Outdoor Living Stainless Steel 26.5"x17"x12" RV Grill
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Old 07-12-2019, 10:26 AM   #8
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Thanks everyone for the input. I ended up going with this:

https://www.amazon.com/Aussie-Outdoo...dp/B01C6VRQ52/
Thought people might want to know what it looked like. You're welcome!
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Thought people might want to know what it looked like. You're welcome!
Yeah, I just did not want to promote Amazon. Great company, too many boxes and killing small biz. (don't get me wrong that's where I got mine from) Cheers!
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I hear ya. In most browsers, you can right-click the image, select Copy Image Location, and then paste it here as a picture. Just trying to give people a visual whenever possible.
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