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Old 07-30-2016, 08:36 AM   #1
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Best RV Propane Grill

Hi Folks,
Just purchased my first RV, Thor ACE 27.1, and am looking for a reliable propane grill. Which models do you like the most?

Thanks for any suggestions.
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Hi Folks,
Just purchased my first RV, Thor ACE 27.1, and am looking for a reliable propane grill. Which models do you like the most?

Thanks for any suggestions.
How big do you want?
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Old 07-30-2016, 08:46 AM   #3
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Member's Mark Portable Stainless Steel Gas Grill - Sam's Club

This looks like a neat little grill.
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I really like my Weber Q2000

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Old 07-30-2016, 08:56 AM   #5
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We like the Weber 100 series grill.
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Old 07-30-2016, 09:08 AM   #6
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Gas Grill recommendation

Small table top Propane grill
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Under 50 lbs. Thanks!
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Old 07-30-2016, 09:24 AM   #8
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Weber Q 1000 is a great size, performs very well, easy to
clean and store. Had mine for 6 years now, still looks great
and works great. You will see more Weber Q grills while
camping than any other grill. AND, Made in USA.
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Under 50 lbs. Thanks!
The Weber Q series is well under 50 lbs.
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I love my Weber Q1200! In fact, I also have a very nice big Weber, but I would rather cook on my Q1200. Awesome little grill.
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Old 07-30-2016, 10:42 AM   #11
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Another vote for the Weber.
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We had to buy a new grill after the other ended up on the highway a few months ago. After much looking & reading reviews & also owning one of their other products, I bought the Blackstone Tailgater grill. Pretty cool grill, grill & griddle side, both or one can be removed for using the 2 burners underneath.Legs fold up also. Got a great price on Groupon & it was less expensive than replacing the Coleman Roadtrip.
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We really like our Weber Q100...AKA the 1000 nowadays. It's small size should store well in the Ace. Made of durable cast aluminum and has SS burner, and now a ceramic coated cast iron grill plate. We run ours on a 20 lb bottle and hose, which lasts more than the season - and in the past we used the heck out of it. Also the aluminum drip pans are cheap and very handy, and the unit is very easily cleaned.
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It's small size is perfect for picnic tables. We sit the Q on our plastic table cloth and it's never harmed the plastic. We also carry a wood TV tray for those CGs that do not provide picnic tables. In the five years we've owned it, we've never felt the need for more grilling surface.
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Propane Grill

We have a Baby Webber and it has served us well. Not too big and it comes with a folding stand.
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