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Old 03-02-2015, 02:29 PM   #1
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BBQ bracket

Has anyone installed a bracket on their travel trailer to hang a BBQ on?
Any help or videos would be appreciated.
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Old 03-02-2015, 02:36 PM   #2
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Are you referring to the mounting rail, that let's you use a BBQ grill like the Sidekick, Olympian, or RVQ?

http://www.amazon.com/Camco-57268-Mo.../dp/B0014JBYTC

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http://www.rvqgrill.com/

http://www.campingworld.com/shopping...FQkkgQod3SgA6w

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Camco-Olym...Grill/29764622
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Old 03-02-2015, 02:39 PM   #3
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I installed a slide bracket for a rvq grill.
I don't have a pic but I can get one tonight.
I hung mine so the screws went into the floor of the rv.
pre drilled the holes thru the fiberglass side then filled the holes with silicone, put silicone on the screws and then siliconed around bracket.


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I installed a slide bracket for a rvq grill.
I don't have a pic but I can get one tonight.
I hung mine so the screws went into the floor of the rv.
pre drilled the holes thru the fiberglass side then filled the holes with silicone, put silicone on the screws and then siliconed around bracket.


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Turbs did you use any sealant on that thing...... I'm awaiting pics I have the outside kitchen but don't trust the brackets holding it on they look a little sketchy as well as under engineer'd
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Turbs did you use any sealant on that thing...... I'm awaiting pics I have the outside kitchen but don't trust the brackets holding it on they look a little sketchy as well as under engineer'd
I have the out side kitchen to.
I'll get you some pics this afternoon.

YES you must use plenty of silicone!
You do NOT want to get water in there otherwise the side could potentially delaminate.

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WM. Yes. Ordered a sidekick. Looks like the 57268 is the most common. Don't know if it comes with one just trying to get prepared were heading out in 3 weeks.
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WM. Yes. Ordered a sidekick. Looks like the 57268 is the most common. Don't know if it comes with one just trying to get prepared were heading out in 3 weeks.
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Wall mount I had to buy separate.

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Also thinking of mounting it on the storage entry door.
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I have the out side kitchen to.
I'll get you some pics this afternoon.

YES you must use plenty of silicone!
You do NOT want to get water in there otherwise the side could potentially delaminate.

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Is yours in the kitchen slide area? Did I read somewhere that you used sealant
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My o.k is not in a slide. I may have "dabbed" some sealant in the area of said mounting rail.
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