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Old 04-24-2013, 06:27 AM   #57
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Looks like I'm the oddball. I have a short 30k BTU burner from a turkey fryer. On that I put a single burner Camp Chef BBQ Box. It gets hot enough. I also use the burner to heat griddles and cast iron skillets. Takes a 20lb cylinder, although, I'm looking at a smaller on for space.

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Old 04-24-2013, 07:39 AM   #58
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Weber Q220 tapped into the MH propane tank. Used it for the first time last night. PERFECT. And the cart they sell for it folds and fits in the 4 inch tall storage space above the propane tank. Takes all of 3 minutes to be set up, hooked up, and cooking.
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Old 04-24-2013, 07:58 AM   #59
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Weber Q120, and collapsible stand with a composite (marine style) propane tank. Composite tank holds about 2 gallons of propane, is light, reasonably compact and lets us put the grill wherever. Let the grill preheat for about 10 minutes and you will get the good searing crosshatches on your steak, generally cook ours "restore the body heat" rare.
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Old 04-24-2013, 10:19 AM   #60
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Weber® Q® 120 Grill from Weber Grills and Accessories

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I like the 120 because it has the fold out table arms, thermostat, electronic start, also I can set it anywhere and bbq without a special table.
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Weber® Q® 120 Grill from Weber Grills and Accessories

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I like the 120 because it has the fold out table arms, thermostat, electronic start, also I can set it anywhere and bbq without a special table.
X3 that's what we have. Used to own the Coleman, but never seemed to use it (too bulky, hard to clean). The mini Weber, on the other hand has been fabulous. So easy to store, use, clean.
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Old 04-24-2013, 02:26 PM   #62
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Weber 22.5" Silver

I also use an enclosed trailer, but I carry my Weber 22.5" Charcoal Silver Grill in my basement. I remove the legs and tray and store in 1 plastic trash bag and store kettle in another trash bag. I have thought about storing it in my trailer but I have the space in the coach and figure there are times I use coach without trailer (this past weekend at KS Speedway). I prefer charcoal personally.
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Love the Q 120... I have attachment hoses for 20lb cylinder, Extend-A-Stay and small 1lb cylinders.
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Weber Q100.

I have two 4.5 lb (1 gallon) tanks. One always on standby, never run out.

Small, portable to anywhere in camp, picnics, tailgaiting. Not limited to the length of a hose from the rig.

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Traeger lil smokey and weber Q120
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Bought the O'Grill by Pro Iroda about 5 years ago. Still love it !

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Just bought a 120Q for Yellowstone trip very soon!
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Weber Q200. Great grill.
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We had the Coleman Road Trip but went to the weber 120. The Weber is far superior, I realize more now how much I hated that Coleman!
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