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Old 03-13-2014, 01:08 PM   #1
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Old 03-13-2014, 01:24 PM   #2
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That's pretty snazzy. Nice that it's right up by the propane cylinder - you can likely put in a "T" before the regulator for a high pressure grill. Do you have any pictures of it without the grill on? And, how small does it break down for travel?
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Old 03-13-2014, 01:42 PM   #3
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Old 03-24-2014, 02:11 PM   #4
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This is awesome!! I have the same grill never thought about making a stand for it. THANK YOU!!!!!
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Old 03-24-2014, 02:16 PM   #5
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Very clever and nicely fabricated.
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Old 03-24-2014, 04:52 PM   #6
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Old 03-24-2014, 07:06 PM   #7
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Good looking mount. Here mine that we fabricated.

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Old 04-04-2014, 04:58 PM   #9
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Thanks again for the great idea, I was thinking about fabbing a bracket like this today and I have a few questions for you. Are you happy with your distance to camper? Does it get your fiberglass warm from there? Also I haven't looked at getting a quick connect yet but looking at yours is the regulator not necessary? And one last question...... ( I probably should just ask you to build it for me lol ). How is that mounting to your landing gear?

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Sorry I was in Florida for a week and just got back.

The grill is about 14" away from the camper but I have not got to test it yet. I do have a quick connect on it, feeds up from the frame into the LP tank area, I just put a T after the switch over. To mount to the running gear I took 2" ID share tube and cut one side off so it would slide one, then just bolted it to the running gear. I welded a 1" solid stock to the tube then I just slide the 1" ID tube the grill mount is made of.

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Saw this at a camper show & took some pics for future build reference:
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I have one of those I took off of my outback- if you were closer you could have it. Not sure it's worth the shipping....

Really worked well though
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That's what I wanted orignally but I found out the price and was like "I can make something better". Let's just say I went WAY over budget! But my creation is light as hell and won't bend/twist the bumper. 😋
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Okay, I would like to attach a mount to my bumper. However, we were told that if I add anything to the bumper then my warranty could be voided. Is this true or a sales pitch?
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Okay, I would like to attach a mount to my bumper. However, we were told that if I add anything to the bumper then my warranty could be voided. Is this true or a sales pitch?
If you only use it when sitting still and don't leave it on while towing, it shouldn't hurt a thing. Bolt on whatever mount you come up with or better yet, figure out how to just slip it on and remove it while towing.
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Sorry I was in Florida for a week and just got back.

The grill is about 14" away from the camper but I have not got to test it yet. I do have a quick connect on it, feeds up from the frame into the LP tank area, I just put a T after the switch over. To mount to the running gear I took 2" ID share tube and cut one side off so it would slide one, then just bolted it to the running gear. I welded a 1" solid stock to the tube then I just slide the 1" ID tube the grill mount is made of.

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Awesome, thanks I think I'll get on it next week. I was just looking at my grill to see how it will attach to the grill and I wish mine looked as good as yours although its a nice s.s. grill i have not taken very good care of it oh well. I plan on looking at hose options this weekend. my camper has a quick connect on it right under the lp tanks to make it easy.

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