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Old 07-15-2016, 01:48 PM   #15
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Cool, been thinking for a while how to make such a mount to carry a 18 inch Weber Charcoal ! Charcoal Is King !
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For a stove we used a '74 propane Coleman camp stove. There is no stove made that beats a Coleman "Band of Blue" burners. They go from barely keeping it warm to boil in seconds.

On the pop-up we used a hanging shelf with a back splash, with the travel trailer we use a table. On both I ran a hose off the tanks.
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Old 07-16-2016, 02:22 PM   #17
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I use this one for camping.
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Old 07-16-2016, 05:19 PM   #18
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Whers's the Charcoal go ??
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Lol. I can always tell the charcoal guys just by looking at their eyebrows. 😀


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I use charcoal. : ( I have my eyebrows. A true enthusiast uses a chimney starter. No fluid used. ...Dusty. ; )
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And not those cheap chimneys, got to be a Weber Chimney, realy is better !!!
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keep an eye out on craigslist for someone looking to get rid of a ruined pop-up. Might be able to by the stove off them. We just sold our junk pop-up but I kept the stove (and sold off other pieces) and now use it on my hybrid. Been cooking like that for years. If you get stuff on your trailer while cooking your doing something wrong. Our stove has a metal "sheild" that folds up to help contain splatter. right now I sit it on a table next to the camper so I can hook up to the propane. Need to modify a mount so it stays safe on the camper. Also the previous owner of our new camper left the small bbq grill with it. I haven't cooked inside it yet.
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That's what I'm going to have to do. I have only been able to find one online aftermarket stove and the price was crazy. The dealer is not much better


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That's what I'm going to have to do. I have only been able to find one online aftermarket stove and the price was crazy. The dealer is not much better


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Where are you located? We have one of those Aussie bumper mount gas grills we will probably never use. It's still unused now. It's the kind that has a swing out mount on the rear bumper or fold out the legs and set it on a table. I can't find a representative sample online.
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I can't find a representative sample online.
Is it this one?

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Sears sells it. New $92
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That's it. Except ours isn't stainless.
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I believe the op is looking for a three burner gas stove not a grill.
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Yes a two or three burner gas stove is what I am looking for


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