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Old 03-02-2015, 03:31 PM   #21
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I put an extrusion like that on our LQ horse trailer.Its not worth spit. Thae grille does not hang level so all the drippings go in the burner section instead of the pan. If you try to shim it level,there is not enough of the extrusion left to securely hold the grille.On the new trailer I'm just getting a simple folding stand to sit it on.Dont waste your time or $ on the extrusion thing.
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Old 03-02-2015, 03:33 PM   #22
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Don't have a problem with mine sitting level.
Used it for 10 years now and two different trailers.

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Old 03-02-2015, 03:34 PM   #23
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I put an extrusion like that on our LQ horse trailer.Its not worth spit. Thae grille does not hang level so all the drippings go in the burner section instead of the pan. If you try to shim it level,there is not enough of the extrusion left to securely hold the grille.On the new trailer I'm just getting a simple folding stand to sit it on.Dont waste your time or $ on the extrusion thing.
Must not have been an actual Sidekick because their bracket has two adjustable feet on the low bar that bears against the camper to adjust the tilt with. You probably have/had the old RVQ.
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mines only 2 yrs old,but it doesnt have adjustiable feet.That is why I shimmed the feet about 1/8" where they contact the side of the trailer.With this done,all it took was to bump it and it would fall out of the extrusion.

edit) I just looked at it,its an RVQ 100.
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mines only 2 yrs old,but it doesnt have adjustiable feet.That is why I shimmed the feet about 1/8" where they contact the side of the trailer.With this done,all it took was to bump it and it would fall out of the extrusion.

edit) I just looked at it,its an RVQ 100.
Yeah, the RVQ support design is notorious for functional issues as you describe. I clearly remember a long thread on it over at RV.net after a camper got 3rd degree burns when one fell off the wall!

I'll take my 10 year-old Portachef any day!
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Old 03-02-2015, 04:12 PM   #26
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Old 03-02-2015, 04:20 PM   #27
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Mine already had a line there for my o.k cooktop.

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Am i correct in thinking not to use a regulator on the BBQ cause it is already low pressure?
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Where did you get your rail, Turbs? That looks a lot longer than the 16" one I bought yesterday.
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Am i correct in thinking not to use a regulator on the BBQ cause it is already low pressure?
Rvq is low pressure.

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Where did you get your rail, Turbs? That looks a lot longer than the 16" one I bought yesterday.
Cheyenne camping center in stock.
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