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Old 05-08-2019, 06:47 PM   #1
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Transporting a grill

Curious what others do to transport a grill. I'd like to bring along a pellet smoker (smaller portable unit like a Traeger tailgater).
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I have that exact grill, it fits nicely in one of my basement bays. I put the cover and bucket in a plastic milk crate. I have the Traeger pellet bucket for the pellets.
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Old 05-08-2019, 07:10 PM   #3
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I don't have a Traeger but I have one dedicated bay for my Q and a gas griddle. Need dedicated storage for the most important traveling items.
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I have this one made by Napolean. Its a awesome little bbq. The legs fold up. You can run it off the small tanks, or a 20 lb propane with an adapter. It works great on my boat as well. It fits right in one of my side compartments. I had a bigger Coleman that folded down, but I find this one much easier. We always have a folding table, or a picnic table to sit it on.
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I don't understand the need for the question. If I want to bring a Pellet grill, I bring one.
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My question was where do you store it for travel? How do you transport it? I guess the obvious would be in one of the basement bays.
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My guess you will not want it rolling around making a mess. As all the bays fill up with stuff it is easier. Maybe. bag in one of those super strong garbage bags. To trap some smell and keep things around it cleaner.
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We did pickup a folding plastic table at Walmart, the Treager started to melt it so we added an ironing pad for it to sit on.
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How much smoke comes off of one of those. I think you would have two problems. One, is people who hate smoke. Two, is it would smell so good everyone would be mooching some food. The smoke issue could be a problem. See this thread. What's the purpose of campfires in RV Campgrounds?
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How much smoke comes off of one of those. I think you would have two problems. One, is people who hate smoke. Two, is it would smell so good everyone would be mooching some food. The smoke issue could be a problem. See this thread. What's the purpose of campfires in RV Campgrounds?
A little bit but never had a problem.
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I dont have a smoker but we do carry a coleman portable grill, the one with it's own legs/stand and it simply folds relatively flat and fits quite well in my rearmost bay. Connectors and spare propane bottle go in a small box with the grill.
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We also have coleman portable grill and store it in one of the basement storage bays.
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My question was where do you store it for travel? How do you transport it? I guess the obvious would be in one of the basement bays.
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We carry Q1000, Davy crockett pellet grill, and hot plate. We now store the Davy Crockett where the outside TV was but seldom used...the base pulls out and is much easier to lift and remove from bay
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