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Old 11-22-2011, 02:54 PM   #1
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Hanging a grill

We just moved to a newmar allstar 3950 mid engine diesel from our fleetwood 35DS a few weeks ago and love the new rig but have aproblem. We have found a nice place for everything except our coleman camping grill. Right now i am thinking of hanging it from the ladder and wanted to see if this is something anyone else has done before I reinvent the wheel.

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Old 11-22-2011, 03:55 PM   #2
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I have not tried that and if your Coleman Grill is like mine (There are so many of them) I'm not sure I'd want to. (or to be more precise I'm sure I would NOT want to) that said. I have room for my Coleman (one of the Road Trip models) no problem, fits in a pass through bay, A propane model runs off the primary RV tank when hooked up and ... 100% explo-safe when stored (no propane feeding it.)

If yours is a gasoline (Liquid fuel) job.. I'm not sure where I would store it.

Depending on the location of your license plate... You might get a "Dual hitch" adapter. This is one where your tow bar basically plugs in to a straight extension and then (Depending on how you mount it) you have a 2nd receiver above or below (put it above please) Shove one of those handy cargo tray things in to the thing. Carry there.
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Old 11-22-2011, 05:47 PM   #3
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I have seen the result twice of ladders which have fallen off RV ladders. Not a pretty sight. I would not hang anything, no matter how many bungies, hooks or ties from my ladder.
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Old 11-22-2011, 06:11 PM   #4
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Hi Bryantclan,
How about storing it in the toad?
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Hi Bryantclan,
How about storing it in the toad?
X2 ... That's where I carry mine.
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Old 11-22-2011, 09:03 PM   #6
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Re ladders coming off.. The OEM ladder on this rig had serious issues with my 300+ pounds (piece of... Well I don't like using that kind of language) it was a "Standard" RV type.

The ladder I have hanging on the back of the rig now... 300 pounds is nothing to it. I think it's rated 250, and can actually hold closer to 500.. It just hangs there. on a pair of aluminum "J" hooks I had custom made.. these hooks are quarter inch thick diamond plate (The stuff pick up bumpers are made of, the heavy duty ones)

IT's not falling off (A stainless steel shower "Assist" bar from the plumbing isle handles the bottom end of the ladder)
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