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Old 10-01-2009, 11:57 AM   #11
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Just a note, looking at the RVQ Isee that there is a new modeo, RVQII which looks much improved. Has a sparking igniter and is larger. check it out here http://www.rvqgrill.com/ It also has an adapter available for direct hookup to propane tank so you can use it detached from the TT.

I have the old one but sure like the specs on the newer II
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Old 10-28-2009, 02:34 PM   #12
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Ours is still in the box in the attic because it is too bulky to pack anywhere in the trailer, plus it would probably cause grease stains if you packed it inside. It doesn't fit in the trailer's storage bins, either. I keep a very slim 25-year old Coleman propane stove in the storage bin if I want to cook outside on the picnic table (we keep it for primitive camping trips). Maybe if I had a pickup truck (with a locking bed cover/cap) I'd try out the propane grill; otherwise, it stays in the attic next to those bar stools that came with the trailer.
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Old 01-25-2010, 02:04 AM   #13
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That gas grill sucks. I need some mods to prevent flare ups. I cary my full size weber charcoal grill in the back of my truck.
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Old 01-25-2010, 11:42 AM   #14
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We had one on our '07 2601SS and it worked OK for us, but it is far from the best bbq we have had. Even used it under the awning with no ill effects. Having said that however, with our new 8315BSS we decided NOT to order it with the RVQ. The RVQ was a pain in the butt to clean and took up a lot of storage space, plus it was only designed for use while mounted on the trailer rail - would be much better if could be used sitting on a table as well. We have purchased a small table-top Weber for use with the new trailer.
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Old 02-04-2010, 06:14 PM   #15
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We have the new RVQ2 and it is head and shoulders above the RVQ. It is larger and has teflon grill surface. It is great and easy to clean (which was our major concern slong with the size.
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Old 02-13-2010, 12:10 PM   #16
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I just bought an 8318SS. It has the rail and gas line--but as a repo, the grill was missing. Does anyone have a grill for sale that they are not using? Or. where is a good place to pick one up that works well? What should I be looking for?
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I have an rvq that i have never used may be willing to sell it depending where you are and what it cost to ship it send me a PM and we discuss it if interested
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We have one on our 2008 rockwood and use it frequently. I made a pull out shelf inside of the storage compartment which is located nearby. I don't find that it gets too hot...under the extended awning. It's very handy when it's raining.
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Old 03-27-2010, 11:57 PM   #20
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I just bought an 8318SS. It has the rail and gas line--but as a repo, the grill was missing. Does anyone have a grill for sale that they are not using? Or. where is a good place to pick one up that works well? What should I be looking for?
Hey I might want to sell my gas grill, i used it a few times and it just takes up space. I guess it is ok if you don't want to tote a big grill around. But i throw my weber in the back of my truck. Let me ask my wife what she thinks.
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