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Old 08-02-2012, 01:29 AM   #1
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Coleman LXE, RVQ II or Camco Olympian 5500 ??

I need help in deciding what grill to buy to replace my aging and antiquated charcoal grill.

Any help or experience in these grills is sincerely appreciated.

Thanks in advance !!
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Old 08-02-2012, 04:49 PM   #2
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I need help in deciding what grill to buy to replace my aging and antiquated charcoal grill.....
The ones you mentioned in the subject line are gas, but your message asks about replacing a charcoal grill. If it's a gas grill, for the sake of storage space in my I went for the smallest Weber Q. We've got a Vista 26P and storage space is at a premium. I also got one of the Wally World $10 specials for the occasional use of charcoal. Wish I could find a decent one that could be used either way and save even more storage space.
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The ones you mentioned in the subject line are gas, but your message asks about replacing a charcoal grill. If it's a gas grill, for the sake of storage space in my I went for the smallest Weber Q. We've got a Vista 26P and storage space is at a premium. I also got one of the Wally World $10 specials for the occasional use of charcoal. Wish I could find a decent one that could be used either way and save even more storage space.
Sometimes, I just get tired of doing the charcoal thing and would like to have a gas grill for convenience sake.

I am sort of leaning towards the RVQ II, but there are mixed reviews of it, so I'm still somewhat in a "holding pattern"....

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Sometimes, I just get tired of doing the charcoal thing and would like to have a gas grill for convenience sake....
That I do understand and that's the prime reason for installing the extend a stay hardware on the RV tank to eliminate having to carry portable tanks
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We went with the Coleman. Got an excellent deal on Amazon with free delivery. Cooks hot, folds down flat, has wheels for easy portability. Still looking for a hook up to the trailer's quick disconnect. May have to order a hose from RVQ.
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